Novelis Inc., will be a key participant at Automotive Circle's first-ever Sustainability in Automobile Production conference later this month. Novelis will discuss the role aluminum can play in developing climate-neutral, environmentally friendly production of automobiles.
Serving as a sponsor, exhibitor and speaker at the conference, Novelis will share its insight, research and guidance in an effort to educate the industry on the sustainability benefits of aluminum in automotive design and manufacturing. Novelis' Vice President of Global Automotive, Jamie Zinser, will outline how aluminum can help its automotive customers reach their long-term sustainability goals.
Ms. Zinser states: "Working together and sharing information at conferences builds our collective intelligence. Our presentation will feature strategies that provide a roadmap for the industry with aluminum as a key component.''
The discussion will explain Novelis' ambition to be the world's leading provider of low-carbon, sustainable aluminum solutions advancing business, industry and society toward a circular economy with a goal of being carbon neutral by 2050 or sooner.
With its strong commitment to the environment, Novelis will discuss its expanding international closed-loop recycling programs. Another discussion point will be Novelis' state-of-the-art scrap sorting technologies, which improve scrap quality, allowing an increase in its use to further reduce the CO2 footprint of flat rolled products. Following the presentation, Ms. Zinser and fellow industry leaders will conduct an in-depth panel discussion and offer time for Q&A. More information and automotive solution conversations with a Novelis expert will be available at the company's exhibition booth during the two-day conference.
In addition to taking a leadership position at the conference, Novelis will present a free, 60-minute webinar entitled "End-of-Life—A New Beginning in Automotive". Available on December 6 on Novelis.com, the webinar will be hosted by Novelis executives, Jamie Zinser, and Derek Prichett, Senior Vice President of Business Development, who will discuss taking automotive circularity to the next level. The speakers will also provide a detailed explanation about how automakers can use scrap collection and sorting technologies to increase their recycled content in vehicles and reduce their overall CO2 manufacturing footprint.