02 April 2020
India continues to be one of the most dynamic aluminium markets. Demand is driven especially by infrastructure projects there. This development is also reflected by ALUMINIUM INDIA 2021.
01 October 2019
Goetz-Ulf Jungmichel to become new Event Director / Malte Seifert new project manager of ALUMINIUM in Düsseldorf / Michael Köhler in a central function as Sales Director
11 February 2019
ALUMINIUM INDIA 2019 has clearly evidenced the future market opportunities and rising demand for technologies in the aluminium industry on the Indian continent. In...
10 December 2018
Trade Fair and Aluminium Congress join forces on the Indian market
11 October 2018
Düsseldorf. “Despite” was a phrase that came up in nearly all conversations at this year’s ALUMINIUM. Despite current trade disputes, such as punitive US tariffs, sanctions against Russia and various bottlenecks in the supply of raw materials, global production and demand are still continuing to grow throughout the world. This was clearly emphasised by ALUMINIUM 2018, which was bigger and more international than ever before.
10 September 2018
ALUMINIUM 2018 trade fair shows the potential of recycling Aluminium recycling is gaining in importance as a source of raw materials. Today, aluminium scrap is...
24 August 2018
The transport sector and the energy transition are driving demand aluminium. The lightweight construction megatrend ensures excellent growth opportunities for aluminium as an industrial material. All around the world, the industry is making new investments to gear up for an economy that continues to boom. This positive mood is felt as well at the ALUMINIUM World Trade Fair in Düsseldorf, Germany.
26 July 2018
The aluminium industry is getting ready for digitalisation and the implementation of Industry 4.0 technologies. Those are the findings of a survey of 240 aluminium experts from 39 countries conducted on the occasion of the ALUMINIUM World Trade Fair 2018. Industry 4.0 applications are on the agenda for about 90 per cent of companies. Some 62 per cent are already developing strategies or have reached the implementation phase.