Recycling is an essential part of the aluminium industry and makes sense economically, technically and ecologically. With the growth in aluminium consumption from the packaging and automotive industries in South America, Europe and Asia, the future for global scrap recycling looks promising.
Asia remains an important market and forecasters are predicting more scrap generation from the region in the coming years, so decreasing the need for imports from US and European markets, which in turn will boost domestic availability for those markets.
Co-organized by Metal Bulletin Events and China Non-ferrous Metals Industry Association Recycling Metal Branch (CMRA), Asian Recycled Aluminium Conference 2012 is your perfect platform to meet partners across the scrap and recycling supply chain to understand industry developments in China, Japan, India and other South East Asian countries and explore what the future holds for the region.
Key topics to be covered include:Production capacity in secondary aluminium and new projects in the pipeline
China’s latest regulatory developments in relation to health and safety hazards in metal scrap recycling
Aluminium scrap demand and consumption from China, India and other Asian countries
Developments in automotive and packaging sectors and the implication on the scrap market