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Read the latest ASI news in the January 2021 Newsletter


Here are the highlights from the latest newsletter edition:

2021 – ASI’s year ahead

Happy new year!  While 2020 had its challenges, ASI has continued to work hard on its mission and strategy.  In January, we are proud to now number 153 ASI Members across our 6 membership classes, and last week issued ASI Certificate #108. Read more.

M&E Insights: ASI Chain of Custody Material along the value chain shown in IAI Global Mass Flow model

ASI has published 2019 data for ASI Chain of Custody flows, visualized in the context of aluminium global supply and demand for that year.  It is the result of a valuable and ongoing collaboration with the International Aluminium Institute (IAI) and was supported by an ISEAL Impulse Grant. Read more.

ASI Team grows again

The ASI team has already grown by three this year as we expand activities and adapt to a growing workload in several key programme areas. Read more.

Standards Revision preparations continue

We are entering the final weeks of preparation, and the six draft revision documents are being readied for the first 60-day public consultation period, due to begin on March 1, 2021. The consultation period provides an opportunity for all interested stakeholders in the aluminium value chain to submit valuable feedback on newly proposed and revised text. Read more.

ASI welcomes 2 new Standards Committee members

ASI warmly welcomes Anthony Tufour, Environmental Engineer at Arconic Corporation and Rafael Hammer, Senior Manager Group Supply Chain Procurement at the Ronal Group, who have stepped forward to fill two casual vacancies on the ASI Standards Committee for Industrial Users from January 2021. Read more.

ASI Certifications update

In January, ASI Members achieved two new certifications, with several more in the announcement pipeline.

ASI Membership news

In January, ASI welcomed four Production & Transformation members, two Industrial User member, and one General Supporter member, bringing the total number of ASI members to 154.

  • Glencore: Production & Transformation
  • Yunnan Yongxin Aluminium Co., Ltd.: Production & Transformation
  • Erbslöh Aluminium GmbH: Production & Transformation
  • Yunnan Haoxin Aluminium Foil Co., Ltd.: Production & Transformation
  • Borbet: Industrial User
  • Vimetco Extrusion: Industrial User
  • Gerald Group: General Supporter