At the ground breaking ceremony for the project, Trade and Industry Minister Vu Huy Hoang said the plant would be the first of its kind in Vietnam to produce aluminium bars and would play an important role in the sustainable socio-economic development of the Central Highlands.
Hoang added that the plant, with a capacity of 450,000 tonnes, would also play an important role in the comprehensive development of domestic bauxite exploitation and aluminium production projects.
The DFR Award is ISRI’s highest award given annually to the most outstanding contribution to products designed with recycling in mind. It recognises proactive steps made by manufacturers who have actively incorporated DFR principles into products and processes.
“The Design for Recycling Award recognises those manufacturers that go above and beyond to ensure their products can be recycled in a safe and responsible manner,” said Robin Wiener, president of ISRI. “This effort begins at the very early stages of a product’s design. It includes making sure a...
This job has been a challenge from many points of view, given the high quality standards requested by the customer and the demanding performances required from the machine.
This 80MN stretcher is used to process medium-thickness plates with high surface quality and high performance requirements, for alloys ranging from series 1xxx to 7xxx for aerospace to marine, defence and commercial transportation applications.
The announcement was made pursuant to the federal Working Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN).
"We regret the need to issue this notice at this time and fully understand the impact it will have on our employees, in our community and with our customers," commented Michael Bless, President and CEO. "The simple fact is that the recent significant decline in the aluminium price is being driven by unfair trade behaviour over which our industry has no control.
Chinese overcapacity and the improper export of heavily-subsidised Chinese aluminium...
These additions bring total membership in the Association to 107 companies, a record for the 82-year-old trade association. The three firms join as associate members – firms that supply the North American aluminium industry with goods and services.
“Continuing to grow the membership is a key priority of the Aluminum Association,” said Heidi Brock, President & CEO of the Aluminum Association. “As aluminium expands into new and diverse markets, the more voices we can have at the table representing the industry, the better off we are as a trade...
"I am very excited about the opportunity to lead Sapa. As the leading player in its industry, with 23,500 employees in over 40 countries, Sapa is well positioned to deliver innovative aluminium solutions meeting customer’s demands all over the world - today and tomorrow," says Egil Hogna (pictured).
Gresham Smith, PPG, Valspar Bring Membership to Record 107 Companies
The 2016 annual industrial event is scheduled to take place from February 9th – 11th 2016.
“The 2016 Exhibition takes place at a watershed period for the economies of the region,“ says Jubran Abdulrahman, the Managing Director of organisers' Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions. “The economic importance for encouraging industrial promotion has never been required more than at this time of declining oil prices. Gulf Industry Fair will focus on promoting economic diversification through the elements of industrial development.”
In the presence of local dignitaries and Combilift’s current workforce of 350, Managing Director Martin McVicar and Technical Director Robert Moffett turned the first sod on the 40 hectare site which will house a multi-function facility including a dedicated R&D building, purpose built testing area and adjoining administration offices.