With the Future Aluminium Forum around the corner. See the companies that have confirmed their registration to attend the Future Aluminium Forum and who you could be meeting at Québec City on May 10-12, 2023.
Experience the 5th Element at the opening event (May 10) of the Future Aluminium Forum in Québec City!
An event exclusively for the attendees of the Future Aluminium Forum.
The Alcoa Deschambault smelter has kindly offered to host a visit for 40 guests on May 10 2023.
Assemble at the registration area for briefing: 11:00 AM
Depart from Conference venue: 11:30 AM
Return to Conference venue: 16:30 PM
Opportunity to register for this visit will be live with registration for the event. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and are are included with your ticket.
If you want to know exactly what’s happening in the world of digitalisation then look no further than the Future Aluminium Forum. Firmly established as the voice of authority on the future of aluminium manufacturing, the next edition of the forum will take place in the hub of innovation - Quebec City.
Register below and follow all our announcements regarding: speakers, exhibitors, conference programme, registration opening, exclusive discount codes and much more.
Gathering over 150 senior level aluminium executives and CTOs from across the globe. The network opportunity is endless for professionals that want to understand the impact of new technologies to the aluminium manufacturing process. Network in our dedicated zones inside the venue.
Originally developed to assist manufacturers and processors in adopting digital technologies and overcoming the challenges associated with implementation. The forum conference shares case studies and discusses how industry 4.0 can aid and optimise the aluminium manufacturing process through machine learning, robotics, automation and augmented reality across the value chain.
Alcoa are offering our attendees the exclusive chance to visit their smelter in Canada. The Deschambault aluminium smelter recently added new electrical infrastructure to the plant, allowing it to grow its aluminium production capacity. Currently, the plant’s aluminium production capacity is 287 thousand metric tons per annum.
Join us with a guided tour and witness the amazing technology behind the scene.
Come and view first hand, all the latest products and innovations from a range of international exhibitors. Visit our exhibitors and learn how they are integrating new technology in their manufacturing.
Chief Engineer | Primary Metal, Technology and Operational Support
Hydro Aluminium Canada
Product Leader - LIBS
Automation Project Engineer
BM Group - Polytec