Aluminium International Today News

Constellium to supply to The Boeing Company

Published: November 21, 2013 by Nadine Bloxsome

Under the new agreement, Constellium will supply The Boeing Company aluminium products for airframes utilising Constellium’s current and advanced-generation aluminium alloys. The contract notably includes the continued supply of AIRWARE, Constellium’s low-density Aluminium- Lithium…

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CME to take on LME

Published: October 09, 2013 by Nadine Bloxsome

CME, the world's largest futures exchange, is responding to a "key need to execute with confidence and clear with confidence," in developing the new contract, said Harriet Hunnable, the exchange’s managing director of metals.

The LME's offering is currently the benchmark for the $90…

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Norsk Hydro’s Slovalco smelter signs power contract

Published: October 08, 2013 by Nadine Bloxsome

Following signing of a Letter of Intent for power supply, announced on July 18, Slovalco has entered into a PPA for electricity supply in the period 2014 to 2021. The power contract is the most important element in securing the total power framework for Slovalco, while securing other…

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AluSolutions 2013 announces free entry for all attendees

Published: October 07, 2013 by Annie O’Brien

The event will take place at the Palais des congrès in Montreal, Canada during 22, 23 & 24 October 2013.

The conference offers a platform for industry leaders to share their innovations, knowledge and insight and the exhibition will showcase more than 70 leading international suppliers…

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ADPC and EMAL sign export logistics agreement

Published: October 03, 2013 by Nadine Bloxsome

The volume of exported metal will grow gradually from 600,000 metric tonnes in 2014 to 750,000 in 2015 onwards.

The signed agreement covers all of the handling operations and transport logistics for the finished products from EMAL’s site to the container freight station and export…

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Thyssen Krupp Aerospace renews and expands Bombardier contract

Published: June 26, 2013 by Matthew Moggridge

Jürgen Funke, president of ThyssenKrupp Aerospace, said the company was pleased with the excellent performance of its Canadian employees. He said he was 'proud that Bombardier continues to expand our relationship in accordance with the vision of their integrated supply chain…

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