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    August 2020

    Cover Steve Berthelot, site supervisor for GNA alutech, shows some of the finer points of his company’s 100 ton capacity homogenizing furnace at the new Ellwood Aluminum facility. (See article beginning on page 6.) Articles Ellwood Embarks on a Journey to the Lighter Side with New Aluminum Casting Complex Page 6 World Secondary Aluminum Industry […]

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    Element 13 to Set Up Billet Manufacturing Facility in Indiana

    Element 13, LLC has selected Richmond in Wayne County, Indiana, for the location of its new $15.8 million aluminum billet production facility. The 60,000 sq ft facility will be constructed on 15 and a half acres in Richmond’s Midwest Industrial Park. “We’ve been working with Element 13, otherwise known as Project Thankful, since early fall,” […]

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    LME Plans to Implement Low-Carbon Aluminum Trading

    The London Metal Exchange (LME) is planning to create a trading platform specifically designed for users who wish to source low-carbon aluminum — such as those operating in the transportation or packaging industries. In the primary aluminum industry, low carbon aluminum is typically determined as being aluminum produced using renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectricity, […]

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    August 2019

    Cover A vision of Hydro’s Peace Bench as it may appear at the Nobel Peace Center in Norway. (Image: Lars Tornoe.) Articles World Secondary Aluminum Industry Annual Review By Rudolf P. Pawlek Page 6 Robotization of the Casthouse Operations at Aluminerie Alouette By Patrice L’Huillier, J.P. Bérubé, and J.P. Castilloux, Aluminerie Alouette Page 18 The […]

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    Metal Exchange Corporation and Novellini Form Secondary Aluminum Billet Joint Venture

    Metal Exchange Corporation (MEC), headquartered in St. Louis, MO, is forming a new joint venture with Novellini Industries Srl in Mantova, Italy. Called novALmec, the newly formed company will supply aluminum billet capacity to the European market. “With this being our first investment in an overseas manufacturing facility, the selection of our partner was crucial,” said […]