12 February 2019
ALUMINIUM INDIA 2019 has clearly evidenced the future market opportunities and rising demand for technologies in the aluminium industry on the Indian continent. In excess of...
10 December 2018
Trade Fair and Aluminium Congress join forces on the Indian market
12 July 2018
India’s biggest industry event to be held in Bhubaneswar from 31 January – 2 February India is one of the fastest growing aluminium markets. Industry is adding...
11 January 2018
Global production of aluminium has reached a record high level; the energy transition and the transport sector are driving demand for light metals. The precise...
25 July 2017
Taking place for the second time on 25 and 26 October, ALUMINUM USA will showcase the potential of the American aluminium industry. Following the successful 2015 premiere in Detroit, the trade show is moving to the MUSIC CITY CENTER in Nashville, Tennessee, in 2017. Once again, the Aluminum Association will serve as partner. An extensive supporting programme will enhance the diverse range of goods and services offered by the exhibitors.
01 December 2016
Larger, more international, more professionally accomplished: ALUMINIUM broke records again across disciplines. Six per cent more exhibitors, two percent more visitors and a 65 per cent increase in internationality make it abundantly clear that the potential of and outlook for lightweight solutions is still growing immensely. A total of 992 exhibitors from 58 nations and 24,748 trade visitors came to the world’s largest industry trade fair in Düsseldorf. “With that, ALUMINIUM is among a select group of industry shows that grow from event to event”, says Hans-Joachim Erbel, CEO Reed Exhibitions Deutschland, the organiser of ALUMINIUM. Since the debut event in 1997, the number of exhibiting companies has jumped nearly fivefold; the number of visitors quadrupled.
30 November 2016
From a 3D-printed motorcycle to a high-tech building facade designed by star architect Zaha Hadid: once again this year, the aluminium industry’s most creative and unusual new...