CRU World Aluminium Virtual Conference 2021 | The Aluminum Association

CRU World Aluminium Virtual Conference 2021

June 15, 2021 to June 16, 2021

CRUs World Aluminium Virtual Conference, 15-16 June, will provide a comprehensive view of the global aluminium market outlook and the impact of ESG.

The conference leverages CRUs knowledge of the aluminium sector and trusted market relationships to create valuable conference agendas, delivered by thought-leaders in your industry.

The only "virtual" element of the conference is the venue: the conference still offers real insight, real networking, real business opportunities.

 

Topics to be Addressed:

Key coal-fired production curtailments in China provide the backdrop for a deep dive into some of the most important topics currently affecting the markets.

  • Global production trends - Changes in Chinese policy are a permanent shock to the aluminium market
  • Low carbon aluminium - Will the value be reflected in a premium or the cost structure?
  • How do carbon borders impact prices and can the cost the price be passed on the consumers?
  • To what extent has the automotive industry recovered from the semi-conductor shortage?
  • Price forecast roundup - Will global aluminium markets be in surplus of deficit at the end of 2021?
  • With record, or near record, prices in a number of base metals, what is the likely impact that investors will have in the aluminium market?

This event is part of the larger CRU World Aluminium Conference Series 2021

This year’s series will include a number of events to keep you updated on the latest developments in the market. It includes:

  •  The flagship World Aluminium Virtual Conference 2021 on 15-16 June (virtual event)
  •  World Aluminium North America dates TBD (hybrid* event)
  •  ALUMINIUM 2021 conference on 30 September - the last day of the ALUMINIUM World Fair in Düsseldorf (hybrid* event)
  •  Content led webinars (virtual event)

You can learn more about the World Aluminum Virtual Conference and full conference series here