Remi Claeys Aluminium NV
About Remi Claeys Aluminium NV
Improve your resource efficiency Sustainability is the biggest challenge of modern production. We need to change our economy into one that produces for a low-carbon world.
Aluminium is a key material for the circular economy. Materials that recycle forever contribute to a sustainable future. Recycling aluminium scrap requires about 5 percent of the energy used to make primary aluminium. Our aim is to enable a more circular economy through our remelt facility, where we sort and remelt used and scrapped aluminium. At Remi Claeys Aluminium Lichtervelde, more than 95% of the aluminium we use is recycled material, melted in our own remelting facility.
Remi Claeys Aluminium has a strong focus on good governance and creating a sustainable environment. For that reason we are joining ASI and commit ourselves to work hard in order to receive the certifications for both the Performance Standard and the Chain of Custody. This would show that we are committed to our focus points and that we are able to walk the talk.
- Filip Vinke, Managing Director
CertificationsPerformance Standard V2 (2017)
- Certificate Number: 170 Rev. 1
- Certification Period: 26.04.2022 - 25.04.2025
- Audit Report Public Summary
The process casting of ingots for hot rolling coils. The process of cold rolling and slitting of aluminium coils and strips, and the manufacturing of aluminium HF seam welded tubes at the Lichtervelde facility, Belgium.
- Aluminium Re-melting/Refining
- Material Conversion (Production and Transformation)
All activities in the aluminium value chain*
- Aluminium re-melting, refining or recycling
- Semi-fabrication (rolling, extrusion, casting)
- Automotive - Product or component manufacturing (material conversion)
- Construction - Product or component manufacturing (material conversion)
- Consumer durables - Product or component manufacturing (material conversion)
* contains both ASI-certified and non ASI-certified
Countries of operation
Other Industrial Users Members
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