Metal Bulletin Events' Aluminium portfolio moves to Brazil in August 2011 for its inaugural Latin American Conference. Aluminium has so far this year performed much better than expected despite large stocks and overcapacity weighing upon the marketplace. This buoyancy – nudging prices from around $1800 per tonne in mid-2010 to $2500 – has come from strong demand patterns around the globe. Join us in Sao Paulo to hear how this region influences and impacts on the global aluminium industry.
~Energy supplies for the aluminium industry and its impact on production
~Panel discussion: Production vs domestic demand- is Brazil heading to deindustrialisation?
~Regional matters: what effect will the current situation have on Latin American markets?
~Post consumer scrap: A success story of Brazilian recycling
~Expansion of the packaging industry and its impact on the aluminium market
~Panel discussion: Economic growth in Latin America and implications for the aluminium sector
~Bauxite and Alumina base in Latin America - mineral warehouse for the rest of the world?