HAI now a member of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI)

HAI now a member of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI)

Hammerer Aluminium Industries (HAI) from Ranshofen, became an official member of the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) in June 2019.

The strictest industrial standards with regard to responsible company management and the fulfilment of high environmental and social standards convinced HAI to become a member of the international initiative.

ASI performance standard: Responsible production
The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) has been concerned with responsible aluminium extraction and sustainability in production since 2012. Responsible, sustainable aluminium processing has a high standing at HAI in Ranshofen. 

For years now, HAI has been working intensively on the exploitation of sustainable energy for the production processes, on the utilisation of recycled aluminium and on high social standards in the company. Responsible company management is particularly important to the family-owned lightweight construction specialist. “Every strategic decision affects the whole HAI family and must be carefully considered. With this in mind, the HAI Group management team always focuses on future-oriented decisions in the sense of sustainable production processes and responsible use of resources,” emphasises HAI CEO, Rob van Gils.

Continuity characterises HAI’s actions
HAI takes its corporate responsibility seriously. The company’s management pursues a path of solid growth and continuous further development of the HAI Group. Secure jobs, respectful interaction and long-term customer relationships form the foundations of the corporate principles.

The customers of Hammerer Aluminium Industries in the construction sector, in the automotive, transport and electrical engineering industries and in the field of machinery and plant engineering appreciate the HAI Group’s innovative and ecologically valuable products. With this official ASI membership, HAI is now underlining its sense of responsibility.