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Kunshan Aluminium Co., Ltd. has achieved ASI Performance Standard Certification for its rolling facility in Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province. The facility’s operations include the development and production of ultra-wide and ultra-thin aluminium foil and non-ferrous metal composite materials. Aluminium Stewardship...
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The London Metal Exchange (LME) and the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) have developed a Memorandum of Understanding to underpin collaboration on responsible aluminium value chains. Key areas of focus include the 2020-2021 ASI standards revision in light of LME’s Responsible...
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This Policy was adopted by the ASI Board on 6 March 2020 and updated on 23 March with implementation guidance on the last two pages. ASI recognises that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation is evolving rapidly. ASI places a high priority...
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Hammerer Aluminium Industries has achieved ASI Performance Standard Certification for its re-melting and casting facility in Ranshofen, Austria. The plant’s operations include the production of extrusion billets and rolling ingots from recycled aluminium scrap. Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) today announced...
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ASI is pleased to announce that Iberfoil Aragón S.L.U. has joined ASI as a Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of ASI Members to 118. About Iberfoil Aragón S.L.U. IBERFOIL is a specialized high quality aluminium foil manufacturer...
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Constantia Flexibles has achieved ASI Chain of Custody Standard Certification for its rolling and packaging conversion facility Constantia Teich GmbH in Weinburg, Austria. The facility carries out rolling of aluminium foil to basic and final conversion. The Constantia Teich plant...
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Lotte Aluminium Co., Ltd. has achieved ASI Performance Standard Certification for its rolling facility in Ansan, South Korea. The facility’s operations include rolling, sepa-slitting and annealing for the production of aluminium foil. Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) today announced that Lotte...
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ASI is pleased to announce that Concord Resources Limited has joined as a new General Supporter member, bringing the total member of ASI members to 117. About Concord Resources Limited Concord is a global commodities group with a focus on...
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ASI is pleased to announce that Magna BDW technologies GmbH has joined as a new Industrial User member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 116. About Magna BDW technologies Magna BDW technologies GmbH is a subsidiary of the...
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This Policy was adopted by the ASI Board on 6 March 2020. ASI recognises that the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation is evolving rapidly. ASI places a high priority on health and safety through the ASI Performance Standard, and likewise aims to...
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Ball Corporation has achieved ASI Performance and Chain of Custody Standard Certification for 23 plants in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as well as their regional HQ, quality assurance, and manufacturing facilities for beverage can bodies and ends. Ball...
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ASI is pleased to announce that PRESS METAL has joined as a new Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of members working toward a responsible aluminium value chain to 115. About PRESS METAL PRESS METAL is a Malaysian-based...
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CS Aluminium Corporation (CSAC) has successfully achieved ASI Performance Certification for four production facilities, including melting and casting, two rolling mills, a foil mill and CSAC headquarters in Taiwan. The main processes include re-melting and casting, hot rolling, cold rolling...
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Arconic has achieved ASI Performance Standard Certification for its global headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA, as well as its manufacturing operations in Samara, Russia. Arconic’s Samara plant produces aluminium extrusions, forgings, castings, sheet and plate for use in several market sectors...
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Alcoa has achieved ASI Chain of Custody Certification at ten of its facilities in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Spain and Norway including its bauxite mining operations, alumina refining facilities, and smelting facilities, which gives Alcoa the potential to offer its customers...
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ASI is pleased to welcome Ma’aden Aluminium as a new Production & Transformation member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 114. About Ma’aden Aluminium In 2009, Ma’aden established a joint venture with Alcoa to build the world’s most...
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Gulkula Mining Company has achieved ASI Performance Standard provisional certification at its bauxite mine operation on the traditional lands of the Yolngu people in East Arnhem in Australia’s Northern Territory. Gulkula is the first Indigenous owned and operated bauxite mine...
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Shandong Nanshan Aluminium Co., Ltd. has achieved ASI Performance Standard Certification for several facilities at its Donghai Industrial Park and Nanshan Industrial Park sites, including alumina refining, aluminium smelting and casthouse operations, and four semi-fabrication production lines. The company’s subsidiary,...
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