Hydro invests to upgrade recycling capacity in Italy

14.8 mill upgrade recycling

12th June, 2024

Hydro have announced that they will invest EUR 14.8 million to upgrade the recycling facilities at its extrusion plant in Atessa, Italy. The upgrade will enable Atessa to produce Hydro CIRCAL recycled aluminium.

Novelis Announces Postponement of Initial Public Offering

Postponement of Public Offering

11th June, 2024

Novelis Inc. have announced the postponement of its initial public offering due to market conditions. Novelis will continue to evaluate the timing of the offering in the future.

EGA’s GAC signs term sheet with Government of Guinea for development of an alumina refinery

EGA’s signs with Guinea

10th June, 2024

Emirates Global Aluminium’s (EGA) subsidiary Guinea Alumina Corporation has signed a term sheet with the Government of Guinea for the development of an alumina refinery. The signing of this preliminary agreement is a decisive step forward in the development of the project.

Latest issue: May/ June 2024

May/ June 2024

It’s nearly that time of year again when the cobwebs are dusted off and the industry gets to meet at a host of industry events across the globe. May seems to be awash with conferences and exhibitions, all aimed at showcasing the latest technologies and developments across the sector.

As we gear up for our very own Future Aluminium Forum in Istanbul from the 21st - 23rd May, this issue offers a detailed look at enhancing aluminium manufacturing with AI and the rise of autonomous mobile robots (which isn’t as scary as it sounds!)

This is just a sneak peek into some of the topics we will be covering at the Forum and of course, where there is new technology, there is a focus on how this can support, or work hand in hand with decarbonisation efforts.

In a detailed focus report, Pernelle Nunez, Deputy Secretary General at the International Aluminium Institute, considers if we are at a turning point and where there are still significant efforts required with emission reduction in the sector.

We also hear from Vedanta’s CEO, John Slaven, about how he is…