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    Novelis Achieves Key Sustainability Goals Ahead of Target

    Novelis Inc. increased the use of high-recycled aluminum content inputs in FY17 from 53% to 55% year-over-year – two years ahead of target – one of its key sustainability targets. Novelis detailed its continued progress toward its sustainability commitments and goals in a new sustainability report for 2017. The sustainable gains achieved by the company […]

  • Jaguar Land Rover - REALITY

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    Jaguar Land Rover Launches Program to Support Recycling of End-of-Life Vehicles

    Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is expanding its closed-loop recycling programs by implementing a new project to further develop its closed-loop recycling of aluminum from end-of-life vehicles back into new, high-performance products for its vehicles. The £2 million project, called REALITY, will consider advanced sorting technologies and evaluate the next generation aluminum alloys for greater recyclability. […]

  • GALM

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    Automakers to Highlight Lightweighting Strategies at GALM Detroit

    The 6th Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Detroit Summit (GALM Detroit 2017) is the world’s leading automotive lightweight materials conference, focused on the North American automotive industry which is undergoing considerable changes at present. The review of CAFE standards, autonomous vehicle technologies development, push on powertain lightweighting, and considerable uptake in electric vehicles are among the key […]

  • Novelis Uldan

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    Novelis and Kobe Steel Form Joint Venture Partnership

    Novelis Inc. has entered into a joint venture agreement with Kobe Steel, Ltd., a producer of aluminum rolled products in Japan. The joint venture, to be named Ulsan Aluminum, Ltd., will be formed by Novelis selling Kobe Steel 50% of its ownership interest in its aluminum rolling facility in Ulsan, South Korea, for US $315 […]

  • NIO EP9

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    Novelis to Supply Automotive Aluminum Sheet to the Electric Vehicle Market

    Novelis signed an agreement with next-generation car company, NIO, to provide aluminum sheet products for the automaker’s fleet of premium electric and autonomous vehicles. NIO will use Novelis Advanz™ aluminum alloys to create a wide range of structural components and parts for its aluminum-intensive NIO electric SUV models to be launched over the next five […]

  • Jaguar XFL assembly

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    Novelis China Supplying Sheet for Aluminum-Intensive Jaguar XFL

    Novelis China is supplying aluminum solutions for the all-new, aluminum-intensive Jaguar XFL, the first Jaguar model from Chery Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Co., Ltd. The XFL launched in China on August 29 and features a body-in-white made of 75% aluminum, the highest aluminum content achieved by an automaker in the Chinese automotive marketplace to date. The […]

  • Novelis - Oswego finishing line

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    Novelis Completes Third Automotive Aluminum Finishing Line in Oswego

    Novelis commissioned its third state-of-the-art automotive aluminum sheet finishing line in Oswego, N.Y. Installed to support the production of stronger, lighter, and safer vehicles, the line represents Novelis’ latest investment of $120 million to expand high-strength aluminum alloy supply for Ford F-Series trucks, America’s best-selling truck for 39 years and best-selling vehicle for 34 years. “As a result […]

  • 2016 Cadillac CT6

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    Cadillac CT6 Uses Novelis Aluminum

    General Motors (GM) has elected to use aluminum sheet supplied by Novelis, in the body of its new aluminum-intensive 2016 Cadillac CT6. The new mixed material vehicle construction featured in the Cadillac CT6 represents a first of its kind for GM in North America and China.  The Cadillac CT6 features a body made of 62% aluminum. […]

  • Jaguar XE

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    Jaguar Land Rover Reaches Recycling Milestone

    Jaguar Land Rover reached a recycling milestone, having reclaimed over 50,000 tonnes of aluminium scrap — equal to the weight of 200,000 Jaguar XE body shells — back into the production process during 2015/16. This prevented more than 500,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent from entering the atmosphere by not using primary aluminium material. These figures […]