Gränges has achieved ASI Chain of Custody Standard Certification for its casting and rolling operations at its Gränges Finspång AB plant in Sweden. The facility also achieved full Performance Standard Certification status, which supersedes the Provisional Status Certification achieved in February 2021.

Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) has announced that the Gränges facility in Finspång, Sweden has achieved Chain of Custody Standard Certification, while also achieving full Performance Standard Certification status. The plant designs and manufactures rolled strip and sheet of aluminium for the automotive industry and currently has an annual production capacity of 100 kt.

“We congratulate Gränges on their achievement of Chain of Custody Standard and full Performance Standard Certifications at their Finspång facility. This facility’s focus on the production of aluminium for the automotive sector makes it well-placed to contribute solutions for a growing and evolving hybrid and electric vehicle market. With its dual ASI Certification in place, Gränges will also be able to meet the increasing demand for responsibly produced materials.”

Fiona Solomon, Chief Executive Officer at ASI said

“I’m very proud that we now can offer customers verified sustainability credentials both in the form of product carbon footprint certificates as well as ASI-certified aluminium demonstrating that our products are responsibly sourced and produced. This provides assurance to our customers and other business partners that we are strongly committed to meeting their increased sustainability requirements and demand for sustainable aluminium”, said Fredrik Spens, Managing Director Gränges Finspång.

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