Scepter has announced a multi-year metal supply agreement with Novelis. Scepter will supply Novelis more than 200,000 tons of aluminium ingot featuring up to 95% recycled content. Novelis will roll and finish the ingot for its customers.

Scepter produces a wide range of recycled products at facilities in the United States, Canada, and Europe which is provided to its costumers who manufacture aluminium beverage cans and food containers in the U.S. Since 1991, Scepter has produced rolling ingot from recycled scrap at its Waverly, Tennessee plant.

Garney Scott, CEO of Scepter commented on the agreement,

“Scepter is committed to use more scrap, reduce emissions, and contribute to the overall sustainability of aluminium… We are excited to partner with Novelis to continue these efforts. Our unique technology and capabilities will produce high quality ingot that meets bold sustainable objectives set by Novelis.”

Garney Scott, CEO of Scepter

Tom Boney, Executive Vice President and President, Novelis North America added,

“Novelis’ purpose is shaping a sustainable world together, which recognises the importance of working with partners throughout the industry to advance sustainability for our customers,.. We’re proud to continue working with Scepter to advance aluminium as the most sustainable material choice.”

Tom Boney, Executive Vice President and President, Novelis North America

This agreement claims it will result in an estimated carbon reduction of 1.2 million tons compared to the use of prime-based sheet ingot, supporting both companies’ sustainability objectives.

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