The Aluminum Association has announced the addition of three new member companies.
Audubon Metals joins the association as a producer member – a firm that makes or fabricate aluminium products; and REA JET and Trinity Consultants join as associate members – an organisation that supplies goods and services to the industry.
“We’re excited to welcome Audubon Metals, REA JET and Trinity Consultants as the newest members of the Aluminum Association,” said Marco Palmieri, senior vice president and president of Novelis North America and chair of the Aluminum Association. “As the U.S. industry continues to see significant activity across the value chain, it’s important to have these new voices at the table. We look forward to working with them and the rest of our membership as we continue to advocate for the U.S. aluminium industry.”
New companies include:
Audubon Metals: Audubon Metals, headquartered in Henderson, KY, is a specification aluminium producer. Audubon processes automobile shredder residue and produces secondary aluminium alloys, mostly for the automotive industry.
REA JET: Headquartered in Walton Hills, Ohio, REA JET offers a complete range of products that allow for contact-free industrial coding and marking. Its systems cover the entire spectrum of coding and marking technology, are used in thousands of applications worldwide and ensure efficient identification and traceability.
Trinity Consultants: Based in Dallas, Texas, Trinity Consultants provides environmental, health and safety (EHS) regulatory compliance assistance to companies with a focus on environmental permitting and compliance support as well as aluminium structural design services. SafeBridge Consultants, Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Trinity Consultants) assists companies with occupational health and toxicology risk management decisions, with a focus on the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and fine chemical industry.
The companies join at a time of record membership for the Aluminum Association, the largest aluminium trade association in the United States. The association represents more than 125 member companies throughout the entire value chain, and those companies produce more than 70 percent of all aluminium and aluminium products shipped in North America.