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Jiangsu Dingsheng New Materials Joint-Stock Co., Ltd. has achieved Certification to the ASI Performance Standard, demonstrating its commitment to environmental, social and governance performance. The Certification covers re-melting, continuous casting, cold rolling, coating, slitting and oxidation process for the manufacture...
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The BMW Group has successfully achieved ASI Performance Standard – Material Stewardship Certification for its light metal foundry at BMW Group plant Landshut, Germany with a production range that includes engine components as well as structural parts for the car...
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ASI is pleased to announce that Tianjin Zhongwang Aluminium Co., Ltd. has joined as a new Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 109. Tianjin Zhongwang Aluminium Co., Ltd. was founded in June 2011, mainly...
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Hydro Aluminium Extruded Solutions has again expanded the scope of their ASI Performance Standard Certification to include seven additional facilities. The expanded scope now includes operations for ingot casting, extrusion, fabrication and surface finishing of aluminium profiles, and manufacture of...
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ASI has expanded the scope of Amcor’s Chain of Custody (CoC) Standard Certification to include four additional operations in France, Germany and Switzerland: Amcor Flexibles Sarrebourg SAS, Amcor Flexible Packaging France SAS, in de Froges, Amcor Flexibles Teningen Tscheulin-Rothal GmbH,...
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ISEAL, the global membership organisation for credible sustainability standards, has announced that ASI has met the criteria for full ISEAL Member status. In its announcement, the ISEAL Board recognised ASI’s commitment to developing effective and credible systems in line with...
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Rio Tinto has successfully expanded their Certification to the ASI Performance Standard and Chain of Custody Standard for several of its facilities in Australia and New Zealand. Their ASI Certifications now additionally cover the Amrun and Weipa bauxite mines, Yarwun...
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ASI is pleased to welcome Sunberg Limited as a new Downstream Supporter member, bringing the total number of ASI members working toward a responsible aluminium value chain to 108. About Sunberg Limited Sunberg Limited, based in United Kingdom, started exports...
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Constellium has achieved Certification to the ASI Chain of Custody Standard for its Singen casting and rolling facilities in Germany, demonstrating its commitment to environmental, social and governance performance. The company’s Singen operation is one of Constellium’s largest sites and...
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November ASI Newsletter highlights In this edition: ASI looks ahead to 2020-2021 ASI is working hard on a wide range of challenges and opportunities facing the aluminium value chain.  Here’s what’s on our agenda for the next few years. New...
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Suntown Technology Group Corporation Limited (SNTO) has achieved Certification to the ASI Chain of Custody for manufacturing sites in Changsha and Changde, China. The certification includes casthouse, re-melting, refining and material conversion activities related to aluminium foil production. Aluminium Stewardship...
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ASI is pleased to announce that ITS B.V. has joined as a Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 107. About ITS B.V. ITS is the European market leader as manufacturer of household packaging. ITS...
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ASI Data Governance Manager Recruitment – Position Description Announced: October 29, 2019 | Application deadline: November 22, 2019 About Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) is a dynamic and ambitious organisation dedicated to the responsible production, sourcing...
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ASI Learning Manager Recruitment – Position Description Announced: October 29, 2019 | Application deadline: November 22, 2019 About Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) is a dynamic and ambitious organisation dedicated to the responsible production, sourcing and...
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ASI is pleased to announce that Marubeni Corporation has joined as a General Supporter member, bringing the total number of ASI members working towards a responsible aluminium value chain to 106. About Marubeni Corporation Marubeni Corporation, established in 1958, uses...
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A new book on ‘Regime Stability, Social Insecurity and Bauxite Mining in Guinea’ by Dr Penda Diallo has been published by Routledge.  This book explores how bauxite mining has affected local and national political dynamics in Guinea over the past fifty-five years,...
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ASI is pleased to announce that REAL ALLOY Europe has joined as a Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 105. About REAL ALLOY REAL ALLOY is a global market leader in third-party aluminum recycling...
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ASI is pleased to announce that MYTILINEOS S.A. Metallurgy Business Unit has joined ASI as a Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 104. About MYTILINEOS S.A. MYTILINEOS is one of Greece’s largest industrial companies...
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