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ALUMINIUM 2020 13th World Trade Fair & Conference
6 – 8 October 2020
Messe Düsseldorf, Germany

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  • 10 October 2018

    Robert V Neher Award winner announced

    At a special award ceremony held at the ALUMINIUM 2018 exhibition in Düsseldorf, the first ever winner of the Robert V Neher Award, a global academic competition for foil research and development, was announced. Hiroyuki Nishikawa and Yoshiki Hashizume were presented with a cheque for €10,000 for the award-winning work: Development of super water-repellent material TOYAL LOTUS®.

  • 26 September 2018

    Official Show Newspaper: Free Download

    What innovations will the exhibitors be showing? What are the future trends? And which programme during ALUMINIUM should not be missed? You will find answers in the trade...

  • 19 September 2018

    WGM e.V. represented again this year with a joint stand at ALUMINIUM 2018

    The “Wirtschaftsverband Großhandel Metallhalbzeug e.V.” (WGM) is a trade association and the largest knowledge network of the non-ferrous metal semis trade in Europe. Trading...

  • 19 September 2018

    Magnesium is ready for the future

    Just like aluminium, magnesium is considered to be a major design material of the 21st century, as it is especially light, yet also extremely robust and has excellent casting...

  • 19 September 2018

    Good development in aluminium despite uncertainties

    The aluminium business developed well during the first eight months of 2018. In the first half of 2018, aluminium remained the uncontested top performer among all metals traded...

  • 04 September 2018

    Interview with Gerd Götz

    Commercial policy and global trade are dominating international media. What can we expect and what is your association doing to deal with the challenges ahead? The...

  • 04 September 2018

    Recycling: Challenges for aluminium as an industrial material

    Aluminium recycling as a source of raw materials is on the rise worldwide. Already, aluminium scrap is among the most economically valuable secondary raw materials. About 20 per cent of global aluminium demand today is met by post-consumer scrap. More…

  • 04 September 2018

    Additive manufacturing: Excellent opportunities for aluminium in 3D printing

    The technology of metal 3D printing has been long-established in the production of complex parts and for challenging short production runs. But the potential of additive manufacturing (AM) is far from exhausted. Research and application technology work is currently underway on the next generation: industrial 3D printing. And aluminium could develop into one of the most sought-after materials in that area.



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