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    Novelis and Ball Now Make Aluminum Cups out of 90% Recycled Content

    Ball Corporation, a global provider of infinitely recyclable aluminum beverage packaging, and aluminum recycler and supplier Novelis, announced that the Ball Aluminum Cup is now composed of 90% recycled content. This evolution builds on the aluminum cup’s slogan of infinite recyclability by lowering its carbon footprint, therefore further positioning the product as a sustainable solution […]

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    Novelis Launches Lab to Advance Carbon Neutral Aluminum Manufacturing

    Novelis launched a research and development laboratory to advance carbon neutral solutions for aluminum manufacturing. The new lab, called Net Zero Lab Valais, is located at the company’s manufacturing site in Sierre, Switzerland, and will be a collaboration with local energy distributor OIKEN and HES-SO Valais-Wallis and EPFL from the Swiss innovation and research hub Energypolis Campus. […]

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    Novelis to Build New Recycling and Casting Center in South Korea

    Novelis Inc. plans to invest approximately $50 million to build a recycling center at its Ulsan Aluminum joint venture in South Korea. The expansion project will increase capacity to produce rolling ingot, as well as reduce carbon emissions. “This latest capital investment in recycling is another example of our company purpose of ‘Shaping a Sustainable […]

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    Logan Aluminum Plans to Expand Beverage Can Sheet Production

    Logan Aluminum, a joint venture owned by Novelis and Tri-Arrows Aluminum Inc. (a consolidated subsidiary of UACJ Corp.), plans to expand its manufacturing operations in order to increase capacity of flat rolled aluminum in Russellville, Kentucky. The new capacity will primarily be used to serve the beverage can market. In the U.S., aluminum cans are […]

  • Novelis new recycling center in Guthrie

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    Novelis Invests in New Recycling Center for Automotive

    Novelis Inc. plans to invest $365 million to build a highly advanced recycling center for automotive in North America, built adjacent to its existing automotive finishing plant in Guthrie, Kentucky. The facility is expected to support the expansion of the company’s automotive closed-loop-recycling programs and reduce its carbon emissions by more than one million tons […]

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    Novelis Expanding Automotive Sheet Capacity Worldwide

    Novelis Inc. is a leading supplier of automotive aluminum sheet worldwide, with more than 40 years of experience. The company operates 33 advanced rolling and recycling facilities, serving a variety of sectors, in nine countries across North and South America, Europe, and Asia. During the past three years, the company has incrementally increased its global […]

  • Exterior design of VADELATA for the Planet Lab in Fernando de Noronha. (Credit: Ball Corporation)

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    Ball to Develop Brazil’s First Circular Economy Lab

    Ball Corporation plans to create a circular economy lab in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil — one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations and a leader in sustainable tourism. The first of its kind in Brazil, the “Vadelata for the Planet Lab” will create a model circular economy within the island by centralizing the collection […]

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    Novelis Develops Second-Generation Aluminum-Intensive Battery Enclosure Solution for EVs

    Novelis Inc. introduced Generation II of its lightweight battery enclosure solution for the rapidly growing electric vehicle (EV) market. The advanced aluminum-sheet-intensive design maximizes weight reduction, reduces costs, and delivers higher pack energy density compared to traditional EV battery enclosures made from steel or aluminum extrusions. “The second-generation battery enclosure is the direct result of […]

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    Aluminum Top Hat Provides Automakers a Lighter, Sustainable Alternative

    Alumobility released the results of its newest study, which demonstrates that an aluminum automotive top hat can offer significant weight savings compared to steel, while meeting or exceeding automakers’ performance criteria. Furthermore, automakers can utilize a range of aluminum alloys for the top hat (the upper structure of a vehicle’s body-in-white).  Introduced at Automotive Circle’s […]