Posts filed under: 2016 news

In the December edition: ASI’s Year in Review 2016 marks another great year of progress for ASI. Membership has continued to grow, and we are on track towards launching an independent, third party certification program for the aluminium value chain by the end...
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ASI welcomes its newest Downstream Supporter member, Apple Inc. Apple leads the world in innovation with iPhone, iPad, the Mac and Apple Watch. Apple’s three software platforms — iOS, OS X and watchOS — provide seamless experiences across all Apple...
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ASI is proud to welcome Sapa as its latest Production and Transformation member. Sapa develops, manufactures, and markets value-added profiles, profile-based building systems, and tubing solutions for automotive and heating, ventilation, air conditioning & refrigeration(HVAC&R) applications in lightweight aluminium. Our...
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ASI is pleased to announce that Arconic has joined as an Industrial User member. Arconic is a premier innovator of high performance multi-material products and solutions and a global leader in precision engineering and advanced manufacturing. It serves the automotive, aerospace,...
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In the November newsletter: Halfway through public comment period on ASI Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard We are now one month into a two-month public comment period on the draft ASI Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard and accompanying Guidance document. Comments...
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ASI is proud to count AMAG among its Production and Transformation members. AMAG is a supplier of primary aluminium and semi-finished aluminium products in selected markets. With integrated production facilities in Ranshofen (cast house and rolling mill) and alignment with market...
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ASI is pleased to announce that the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) has joined as an Associations member. CMI is the national trade association of the metal and composite can manufacturing industry and its suppliers in the United States. The can...
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ASI warmly welcomes CII Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre (CII Godrej GBC) as its newest Associations member. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the development of India, partnering industry, government, and...
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Consultation on ASI Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard launched – comments invited ASI has today opened a public comment period on the draft ASI Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard and accompanying Guidance document. Comments and feedback from all interested stakeholders...
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In the September edition; ASI Governance Handbook launched Earlier this month, the ASI Board approved the ASI Governance Handbook as a new by-law. The Governance Handbook provides an overview of the design and implementation of the ASI governance model. It is aimed at...
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ASI is pleased to welcome Keep America Beautiful as its newest Civil Society member. A leading national nonprofit, Keep America Beautiful inspires and educates people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment. We envision a...
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ASI welcomes its newest civil society member, Verité. Verité is a civil society organization that works around the world to promote workers’ rights in global supply chains through research, consulting, training, assessments, and policy advocacy. For its work, Verité was...
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ASI welcomes its newest General Supporter member, Energia Potior Ltd (Latin; to master energy). Energia Potior Ltd. is responsible for commercialising  a new mechanical technology (EnPot) which fundamentally transforms the way Aluminium Smelters consume energy during the aluminium smelting process....
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In the August edition; Sustainability standards – long-term trends In 2010, the ISEAL Alliance, AccountAbility and SECO reviewed ten important trends shaping the continually evolving landscape for voluntary sustainability standards. Six years later, these issues are still relevant to current and emerging programs...
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