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.
The Safety Guide will provide a platform for companies across the aluminium value chain to present and share initiatives, programmes and safer working practices. Acting as a respected resource for the industry, the Guide will gather and present 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.
Publication is planned for January 2018 and approximately 1,000 dedicated copies will be sent directly to HSE managers and industry professionals across the aluminium value chain.
The Guide will also be distributed at events and conferences next year, including Aluminium 2018 and a downloadable version will be available for free online to ensure maximum distribution.
What does industry 4.0 mean to the future of the aluminium industry and how can it assist in its quest for greater efficiencies?
The Future Aluminium Forum is a live discussion that will examine how Industry 4.0 and ‘smart manufacturing’ will revolutionise aluminium manufacturing and processing and analyse the benefits that can be gained from doing so.
Speakers from academia, across the aluminium value chain and the technology providers will explain key concepts behind the digitalisation of aluminium manufacturing; as well as covering the importance of cyber security, the role of human beings in the factory of the future, autonomous equipment and the all-important process safety and control.