Novelis

Subscribe Now

  • Scepter - tilted view of a storage room with aluminum rolling ingot being picked up by a crane

    Posted in:

    Scepter Partners with Novelis to Support U.S. Recycling

    Scepter, Inc. formed a multi-year metal supply agreement with Novelis, through which the company will supply more than 200,000 tons of aluminum ingot with up to 95% recycled content. Novelis will utilize this ingot to will roll and finish high quality sheet products for the aluminum beverage cans and food container industry in the U.S. […]

  • Novelis - aluminum rolling and recycling complex in Brazil

    Posted in:

    Novelis Completes Aluminum Rolling and Recycling Expansion in Brazil

    Novelis Inc. completed its $150 million investment project to expand both aluminum rolling and recycling capacity at its facility in Pindamonhangaba, Brazil—the largest such complex in South America.  “This project reaffirms Novelis’ commitment to serve the growing South American market with high-quality, innovative, low-carbon, sustainable aluminum solutions,” said Francisco Pires, senior vice president, Novelis Inc. and President, […]

  • Novelis Terre Haute - falt rolled aluminum

    Posted in:

    Novelis to Restart Aluminum Foil Production at Its Terre Haute Facility

    Novelis Inc. plans to invest more than $7 million to restart several pieces of idled equipment for the production of aluminum foil at its manufacturing facility in Terre Haute, Indiana. The investment includes the hiring of 37 new employees to run and manage the operation. “Novelis has been a strong community partner here in the […]

  • Automotive Innovation - The Jaguar I-Pace is a fully electric model, which utilizes aluminum sheet from Novelis in its body and battery structures.

    Posted in:

    Alumobility Drives Automotive Innovation

    By Andrea Svendsen, Managing Editor. Alumobility is a new non-profit organization recently launched by Novelis and Constellium in January 2021. Acting as a global ecosystem, the organization fosters collaboration between leading aluminum manufacturers and downstream technology partners, with input from vehicle OEMs, in order to advance the adoption of aluminum body sheet in the automotive […]

  • Posted in:

    Nissan and Novelis Partner on Closed Loop Al Recycling for New Qashqai

    Novelis will be supplying Nissan with sustainable, lightweight aluminum body sheet for the new Qashqai SUV. A best-selling SUV in the C-segment, the Qashqai will incorporate aluminum in the hood, doors, and front fenders to reduce weight and increase fuel efficiency. The aluminum in the new SUV has helped it achieve a total of 60 […]

  • aluminium scrap

    Posted in:

    REMADE Institute Invests in Sustainability and Recycling Research

    The Reducing EMbodied-Energy And Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute based in Rochester, New York, is investing $43 million in new technology research focused on improving the sustainability of manufacturing operations. Working with industry innovators and academic researchers, the institute selected a total of 24 projects as part of its latest round of funding, including several projects […]

  • Novelis automotive aluminum lightweighting

    Posted in:

    Novelis Affirms Commitment to Automotive

    Novelis, Inc. has been supplying the automotive industry for more than 40 years, with its aluminum sheet products being featured in more than 225 different vehicle models, such as the Nissan Rogue, Jaguar I-Pace, and Jeep Wrangler, among others.  The company supports the automotive market through the development of closed-loop recycling programs and innovative development […]

  • Posted in:

    Nissan Uses Closed-Loop Al Recycling System to Produce 2021 Rogue

    The all-new 2021 Nissan Rogue is the company’s first vehicle built using a closed-loop recycling system for aluminum parts. The system helps reduce CO2 emissions compared with using parts made with primary alloys. It also promotes the use of materials that don’t rely on newly mined resources, and reduces the amount of waste from factories. […]