Well established as the leading global gathering of aluminium recycling executives, the International Recycled Aluminium Conference provides you with the latest insight into the trends and challenges facing this dynamic and growing industry - from scrap availability, cost and quality, to regulatory issues, technology and demand for recycled or scrap-intensive products in key consuming areas such as transport, packaging, engineering and steelmaking.
Aluminium recycling today is a global business with around 30-35% of all supply coming from secondary raw materials. Scrap offers many economic benefits over prime metal and is pivotal in reducing a company’s carbon footprint at whatever stage in the value chain it stands.
Don't miss this opportunity to stay informed and to make and renew important contacts from all parts of the aluminium recycling business.
This year we head south to Spain, and the conference will kick off with a visit to Hydro Aluminio’s re-melt plant at Azuqueca northeast of Madrid, an excellent opportunity to experience state-of-the-art recycling first-hand.
"Good quality papers and high level delegates resulting in an education and informative exchange and great networking" - Chris Emes, CEO, Mechatherm
"Great event as always - updated information on market trends and challenges combined with networking opportunities" - Markus Schober, Managing Director, Hammerer Aluminium Industries
Reasons for attending:
- Meet decision-makers from the secondary smelting and re-melting business around the globe
- Examine and discuss industry dynamics with our expert panel of international speakers
- Get an insight into scrap availability, end-use demand and technology trends to help you succeed
- Uncover market opportunities and technology options for making your business more successful
PLUS!!! Optional pre-conference field trip to Hydro Aluminio’s Azuqueca re-melt plant
Jonathan Margalit, Business Development Manager - Precious Metals & Regulatory, Thermo Scientific Portable Analytical Instruments, USA discusses the need and uses for X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysers in the aluminium scrap industry