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2019 ASI AGM Event Report


ASI AGM 2019 Molde, Norway

The fantastic AGM week in Molde, Norway is now behind us. We’ve put this page together to summarise the event and its outcomes, including the media release, presentations, photos, and anything else relevant we can think of.

Media release

ASI Implementation around the World: Ten presentations from members on how they have approached ASI Certification, lessons learned along the way, what they have changed in practice and next steps.

  1. Ms. Budat Maymuru with Mr. Mayila Wunungmurra and Ken Kahler, Gulkula Mining Company (Australia)
  2. Thomas Greigeritsch, Vice President Group Sustainability, Constantia Flexibles (Austria)
  3. Abner Xie, Export General Manager, Nanshan Aluminium (China)
  4. Shamus Donovan, Head of Environment and CSR, Hydro Aluminium Rolled Products, Alunorf (Germany)
  5. Steven Bater, Manager HSSEQ, Emirates Global Aluminium (UAE)
  6. Sacha Brandt, Vice President, Hydro Extruded Solutions, (Netherlands)
  7. Alla Aldoshina, Leader of Aluminium Stewardship Initiative Implementation, UC RUSAL (Russia)
  8. Josef Schoen, CR Project Management, AUDI (Germany)
  9. Fernando Varella, Downstream Business Unit Director, Companhia Brasileira de Aluminio (Brazil)
  10. Mike Mei, Export Manager, Shanghai Shenhuo Aluminium Foil (China)

Implementation Focus on Due Diligence: Aluminium: Due diligence by design. Safeguarding human rights throughout the value chain, Kendyl Salcito, Executive Director, NomoGaia and Neill Wilkins, Project Manager Migrant Workers and Work With Dignity, Institute for Human Rights and Business

ASI’s outcomes and impacts: ASI outcomes – what do we know so far?

Marieke van der Mijn, ASI Director of Impacts and Partnerships The Aluminium Story – ASI in context

Pernelle Nunez, Manager – Sustainability, International Aluminium Institute (IAI)

Demonstrating impact – a research perspective, Penda Diallo, Lecturer, Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter

Aluminium markets and customers – Packaging

Sustainability – Challenge and Opportunity for the Global Packaging Sector, Stefan Glimm, Director General, Global Aluminium Foil Roller Initiative (GLAFRI)

Aluminium for packaging can only be sustainable, Alexander Leutwiler, Procurement Group Manager, Nestlé Nespresso

Supply chain engagement, Tina Björnestål, Senior Supplier Manager, Aluminium Foil, Tetra Pak

Partnerships for sustainability, Gerald Rebitzer, Director Sustainability, Amcor

Aluminium markets and customers – Sector perspectives

Material Change and the Responsible Minerals Initiative – Michèle Brülhart, Director of Innovations, Responsible Business Alliance

The LME’s Responsible Sourcing Initiative, Hugo Brodie, Responsible Sourcing, London Metal Exchange

Trafigura, commodity trading and the importance of responsible sourcing – James Nicholson, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Trafigura

International Aerospace Environmental Group at a glance, Bruno Costes, COO, International Aerospace Environment Group / Environmental Affairs and Public Affairs Director, Airbus Group

ASI Claims for Chain of Custody – Interactive session

Overview of ASI Claims Guide and making on-product claims: Fiona Solomon, CEO, ASI

On-pack claim for aseptic packaging case study: Udo Felten, Manager Product Related Sustainability, SIG Combibloc

Looking ahead

  • 2020 ASI Standards Revision – Sam Brumale, Director Standards and Assurance, ASI
  • Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Working Group update: Giulia Carbone, Business and Biodiversity Programme, IUCN; Miles Prosser, Executive Director, Australian Aluminium Council

Indigenous Peoples Advisory Forum update – Nicholas Barla (India), Heather Rose (Australia) and Mark Annandale (Australia), IPAF members

Hydro Primary Metal Sunndal Site visit presentations

Various presentations made by Hydro staff will appear here once they have been approved for public consumption.

Presentation pdf

Impressions of the 2019 ASI AGM