***CRU’s World Aluminium conference: Postponed to 7-8 September 2020***
In light of the rapidly evolving situation regarding Covid-19, CRU’s World Aluminium conference, 20-21 April 2020 at the Hotel Sofitel, St James, London, has been postponed to 7-8 September 2020 – the venue/location remain unchanged.
Increasing travel restrictions and corporate travel limitations make the event increasingly difficult to run in April, and in the interests of the health and well being of our customers, colleagues and partners, we believe this is the right decision to make.
We deeply regret this situation and the inconvenience this may pose, but health and safety is our priority at this time.
We remain committed to running the event in 2020. The scale of the event, coupled with the extensive hygiene measures that we will be taking on site, give us confidence that the event will be safe for attendees.
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The 25th World Aluminium Conference will take place from the 7-8 September 2020 at the Sofitel London St James, London.
The event provides concise insight on supply, demand, price, premiums, sustainability and costs for the benefit of a highly-influential audience from the global aluminium industry. The participation of these well-known executives and decision-makers from the primary, secondary, extruded, rolled products, end use, trading and financial sectors, creates an environment conducive to networking. Regularly attracting more than 240 senior decision-makers, representing 130+ companies from 40 countries, the event is also a great opportunity to network.
The event will once again be held in London due to the high concentration of executives involved directly and indirectly in the aluminium sectors that find the location convenient.