The International Aluminium
Institute is a global industry association representing over 60% of global
bauxite, alumina and aluminium production. Through the IAI, the aluminium
industry promotes a wider understanding of its activities (www.world-aluminium.org) and demonstrates both its responsibility in producing the metal and
the potential benefits of its products in sustainable applications and through
ALUMINIUM KURIER was founded in 1996, as the first trade paper for the aluminium and magnesium producer industries. Today, the editorial coverage spans nearly all light and non-ferrous metals.
ALUMINIUM KURIER is the leading trade paper for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Readers value the competent and user-orientated reporting, which is independent of markets and companies. An essential claim is the closeness to practice. ALUMINIUM KURIER is published bimonthly with a print run of c.10,000 copies
Foundry-Suppliers.Com (FSC) provides an e-commerce exchange platform for
global foundry suppliers and purchasers. Based on our plentiful foundry
experience and up-to-date global foundry supplier database resources, FSC can
assist global casting purchasers to look for suppliers. Also, FSC has set up a
global foundry purchaser database to help global suppliers develop overseas
market and recommend suitable casting purchasers for suppliers. Until now, we
have promoted cooperation for many casting buyers and sellers.
The Aluminium Federation of South Africa (AFSA) is the voice of and gateway to, the South African Aluminium industry - involved in increasing the awareness and use of aluminium in Southern Africa since 1981.
AFSA offers its Members a wide variety of services, such as technical information and advice, education, skills upgrading and market industry and business development support. It also engages with various stakeholders from government, the private sector and research institutions, ensuring that the challenges faced by the industry are resolved, as well as identifying growth opportunities, for the benefit of the South African aluminium industry at large.
The mobility of the future, growth markets, digitalisation and a sustainable product lifecycle are the focus of ALUMINIUM 2021, and numerous exhibitors are expected at the world’s leading trade fair for the aluminium industry at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre from 18 to 20 May.
Global players, specialists and young innovative companies will be showing the material’s range of products and services and the whole spectrum of the industry - from aluminium production to machinery and plant for processing and the end products to recycling. Above all, however, the fair and its exhibitors will make visible the enormous added value of aluminium in the most important applications - in car manufacturing, the transport sector, the building and construction sector, mechanical engineering or the packaging industry. Other topics will include the networking of machines and the potential of 3-D printing from aluminium.