Aluminum Association Responds to Section 232 Report Release

ARLINGTON, VA -- The Aluminum Association is reviewing the Commerce Department’s recently released Section 232 reports on the national security implications of imported aluminum. The association believes that any remedial actions taken by the president in connection with the Commerce Department’s report should embrace the following principles:

1.Specifically address Chinese overcapacity and its effects, while avoiding unintended consequences for U.S. production and jobs.

Aluminum Industry Testifies on Final Phase of Aluminum Foil Imports Investigation at U.S. International Trade Commission Hearing

Final USITC hearing on antidumping and countervailing duty investigations on aluminum foil imports from China

ARLINGTON, VA -- Aluminum Association President and CEO Heidi Brock, along with industry leaders, testified today before the U.S. International Trade Commission on the antidumping and countervailing duties investigation on Chinese aluminum foil imports on Thursday.

Aluminum Association Responds to Submission of Section 232 Report to the President

ARLINGTON, VA – The Aluminum Association responded today to news that the Department of Commerce delivered to the White House its Section 232 report prepared in connection with the agency’s investigation of the national security implications of imported aluminum. Aluminum Association President & CEO Heidi Brock commented:
 

Vehicles Designed with More Aluminum Win at 2018 North American International Auto Show

Lincoln’s all aluminum-bodied 2018 Navigator wins North American Truck of the Year; Honda’s 2018 Accord with aluminum chassis wins North American Car of Year; and Aluminum a key feature in finalists for all award categories

Aluminum Association Grows with Two New Member Companies

Vulcan Inc. joins as a Producer Member; Lethiguel Inc. joins as an Associate Member

Aluminum Industry Representatives Testify Before U.S. International Trade Commission on Injury Caused by Common Alloy Aluminum Sheet Imports from China

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Aluminum industry leaders testified today before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) in support of a determination that imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from China injure or threaten to injure U.S. producers.  Representatives from Aleris Corporation; Arconic, Inc.; Constellium; Jupiter Aluminum; JW Aluminum Company; and Novelis Corporation testified concerning the injury caused to their companies as a result of a surge in low-priced, unfairly traded imports of common alloy sheet from China.

The Aluminum Association Applauds Commerce Department’s Self-Initiation of Unfair Trade Cases On Imports Of Common Alloy Sheet From China

ARLINGTON, VA – The Aluminum Association applauds the United States Department of Commerce’s decision today to self-initiate antidumping and countervailing duty investigations on imports of common alloy sheet from the People’s Republic of China. 

The Commerce Department will now conduct investigations of whether imports of common alloy sheet from China are being sold in the United States at unfairly low prices, as well as whether Chinese producers of common alloy sheet are receiving actionable subsidies from the Government of China. 

New Building Guidelines Prove the Aluminum Advantage

  • Use the “Aluminum in Green Building Guidelines” to achieve LEED v4 certification 
  • New Report released at Greenbuild 2017

 

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