CRU’s 19th World Aluminium Conference will take place on the 19-20 May 2014 at the JW Marriott, Hong Kong.
CRU's World Aluminium Conference attracts influential delegates involved in smelting, recycling, rolling, extruding, trade, raw materials, purchasing, technology and finance. The event is valued for the quality of the presentations, the excellent networking and the business opportunities that arise from important industry meetings. Download the full programme brochure here
Conference talking points:
• Abundance to shortage – how will the supply side evolve in relation to demand?
• Divergence between price and premium – what is the potential of new futures contracts?
• Bauxite shortage – What does the Indonesian bauxite export ban mean for primary metal balance?
• Scrap demand – what impact will the increased demand for recycled content be on availability and
pricing relative to primary products?
• Is can stock capacity sufficient given the switch to auto body sheet - what impact will this have for
can makers and the prices they pay?
• CRU’s views on the outlook for the alumina, bauxite, and aluminium markets and developments in operating costs.
Reasons to attend:
• CRU’s aluminium conference co-locates with the IAI general meeting enhancing networking opportunities with the industry’s leading companies
• CRU provides market leading aluminium research giving delegates unique insight into cost, price, supply and demand through workshops and presentation
• Take part in this year's workshops focusing on:
- China’s growth across the value chain – what are the implications for the rest of the world?
- The future of scrap generation and consumption
• 大会全程提供英文- 中文同声传译和笔译
For a summary of the 2013 conference, please click here
Testimonials from previous CRU World Aluminium conferences:
"The CRU World Aluminium Conference provided a useful insight into the future of aluminium where the outlook for its use in transportation looks bright. Another attraction of the conference is to be able to network with the movers and shakers of the aluminium world." David Walley, EMAL, Abu Dhabi.
"This conference is the focal point for management interested in the world wide aluminium business from raw materials to finish products." Mannweiler Ulrich, PhD Mannweiler-Consulting, Switzerland.
"This year was my first attendance of the conference and is one I will be recommending that my organisation attend every year. Any business that makes significant use of aluminium needs to attend to understand the ongoing technical and commercial developments in the industry." Adrian Tautscher, Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom
"The Conference papers were of very high quality and addressed the issues of the moment in the industry." Graham Morrey, Global Alumina, United Kingdom.
"The Conference is good and useful for aluminium-related companies." Qin Zhengjun, SUNSTONE DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD. China