ALUMINIUM 2018 INSIGHTS
26 September 2018
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
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
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…
22 August 2018
ISRA VISION PARSYTEC: new possibilities of surface inspection in aluminium extrusion and on the rewinder
ISRA VISION PARSYTEC is the world's largest supplier of surface inspection systems in the metal industry. Learn more about new surface inspection possibilities in aluminium extrusion and on the rewinder in an interview with Dr. Jens Magenheimer, Member of the Executive Board of ISRA VISION Parsytec AG and Business Unit Sales Manager for Paper and Metal.
24 July 2018
Interview with Emilio Braghi, Senior Vice President and President, Novelis Europe Sustainability and recycling are key areas of focus at Novelis, and the concept of a circular economy is becoming ever more important to the world’s biggest aluminium recycling company. Emilio Braghi, Senior Vice President and President, Novelis Europe, explains what his company is doing to maintain the material cycle in our ALUMINIUM Interview.
18 July 2018
Interview with Dr Fiona Solomon, CEO of ASI Maximizing the contribution of aluminium to a sustainable society – that is the vision of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative. The ASI Performance and Chain of Custody Standards have been developed and designed to enable the aluminium industry to demonstrate responsibility. Dr Fiona Solomon, CEO of ASI, explains the mission.
15 June 2018
Global primary aluminium production increased by 5.8 percent in 2017. Continuing strong demand is also being reflected in price trends and has had an enormous impact on the level of international aluminium stocks. Aluminium will continue to benefit from the trend towards lightweight construction in coming years.