Aluminium International Today is an English language journal dedicated to the production and processing of aluminium. It contains a digest of global news, events, and statistics as well as more detailed technical articles, company and country profiles, conference reports and regular regional economic briefings.
The target readership are managers and CEOs in the aluminium industry, but it is also widely read by members of research organisations, technical consultants and business consultants. An average of 6000 copies of each issue are circulated worldwide to a combination of subscribers and targeted readers with product and service types including:
It is published in English six times a year alongside regular Chinese and Russian language editions.
A round-up of the top news stories is also sent to our entire database each week as a free e-news bulletin.
If you want to know exactly what’s happening in the world of digitalisation then look no further than the Future Aluminium Forum. Firmly established as the voice of authority on the future of aluminium manufacturing, the third edition will take place in a hub of innovation - Quebec City from 8th to the 9th of December 2020.
Originally developed to assist manufacturers and processors in adopting digital technologies and overcoming the challenges associated with implementation, the Forum has become the annual meeting place to share case studies and discuss how Industry 4.0 can aid and optimise the aluminium manufacturing process through machine learning, robotics, automation and augmented reality across the value chain.
This two-day conference will gather over 150 senior level aluminium executives and CTOs responsible for understanding the impact of new technologies to the aluminium manufacturing process.
The aluminium industry descended on the Marriott Warsaw Hotel on 22-23 May 2019 to attend the second Future Aluminium Forum.
Leading companies in attendance included Hydro, Rio Tinto, Constellium, European Aluminium,IBM, Outotec and Rockwell Automation.
This international technology conference covered the all important topics surrounding aluminium and the importance of industry 4.0. These included AI+AL: Optimising Aluminium Production with machine learning, Towards a Digital and Real-time Supply Chain and two collaborative sessions held in partnership with European Aluminium and Icsoba.
It was a great couple of days and hopefully the industry is now poised to enter the exciting world of digital manufacturing and learn from others on this journey to embrace industry 4.0.
Keep following for a full review of the event and more information on how best to integrate smarter technologies for a streamlined value chain.
Aluminium International Today is proud to support the industry on this journey and grateful to all who joined us for this event.
Written by Aluminium International Today Editor, Nadine Bloxsome, the Safety Guide acts as a respected resource for the industry. It presents safety statistics and up-to-date information, while encouraging aluminium production and processing companies to discuss successful safety projects, ways safety is being implemented, how it can be measured and the results.
With dedicated sections, the aim of this Guide was to share ideas, which could help other manufacturers experiencing
similar safety challenges.