Aluminum Association Announces New Leadership, Board Members and Membership Growth

Kaiser Aluminum’s Mark Eliopulos Wins Boultinghouse Award; Alcoa’s Michelle O’Neill Elected First Woman Chair 

Aluminum Association Responds to Delay in Preliminary Antidumping Decision in Chinese Aluminum Foil Investigation

The Aluminum Association responded today to the Commerce Department’s decision to defer a preliminary determination on whether imports of certain aluminum foil from China are being sold at less than fair value (or “dumped”) in the United States.

Aluminum Association Honors Representatives Bucshon, DelBene as Legislators of the Year

Newly Elected Chair Michelle O’Neill Presents Award as Aluminum Industry Hits Capitol Hill
 

WASHINGTON, D.C. The Aluminum Association honored U.S. Reps. Larry Bucshon (R-IN-8) and Suzan DelBene (D-WA-1) with its Legislator of the Year awards for 2017.

The members, who serve as co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Aluminum Caucus, received the recognition during a Monday night reception in conjunction with the association’s annual meeting – “Aluminum Moves America.”

The Aluminum Association Urges Trump Administration To Press China on WTO Commitments

In comments filed today with the United States Trade Representative (USTR) and the Trade Policy Staff Committee (TPSC), the Aluminum Association urged  the Trump administration to continue pressing China to adhere to both the letter and spirit of its commitment to the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) open, rules-based trading system.

Aluminum Industry Requests Regulatory Certainty from EPA Regulators During Public Hearing

Today, Ganesh Panneer, chairman of the Aluminum Association Aluminum Transportation Group (ATG) and vice president and general manager of automotive at Novelis, testified on behalf of the aluminum industry before the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during a public hearing held in Washington, D.C.  

Unprecedented Growth Expected for Automotive Aluminum as Multi-Material Vehicles Ascend, New Survey of Automakers Says

DETROIT, MI – Over the next decade, automakers will continue to increase the adoption of high-strength, low weight aluminum in new car and truck construction at a faster pace than any time in history. Total aluminum content is expected to grow from 397 pounds per vehicle (PPV) in 2015 to 565 PPV by 2028, representing 16 percent of total vehicle weight, according to a survey of automakers conducted by Ducker Worldwide reaffirming continued market share growth for aluminum into high-volume vehicles.

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