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Discover all the latest aluminium news surrounding the North American region. All published from our official publication partner - Aluminium International Today.


Rio Tinto joins First Movers Coalition to help drive low-carbon transition

Rio Tinto today announced it will join the First Movers Coalition, a global initiative to help commercialise zero-carbon technologies by harnessing purchasing power and supply chains.

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Alcoa announces innovations in alloy development and deployment

New high-strength, 6000 series alloy, A210 ExtruStrongTM debuts, offering thinner, stronger extrusions for a variety of applications.

Existing alloy, C611 EZCastTM, recognised with international award for its use in one-piece mega castings for automotive applications.

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Rio Tinto and Volvo Group partner for low-carbon materials supply and pilot sustainable autonomous hauling solutions

Rio Tinto and Volvo Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to create a strategic partnership where Rio will supply responsibly sourced low-carbon products and solutions to Volvo Group. The companies will work towards decarbonising Rio Tinto’s operations through piloting Volvo Group’s sustainable autonomous hauling solutions.

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Sortera Alloys Announces Expansion to Increase Capacity to Process 150 Million lbs. of Scrap Alloy Annually

Sortera Alloys, Inc., have announced the company’s expansion into a new 200,000 sq. ft. processing facility in Markle, IN. A formal groundbreaking of the new facility will take place in Q4 2022, with processing starting to ramp up in Q1 2023.

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EPIQ Machinery and DTA are teaming up to better serve the aluminium producers

EPIQ Machinery Chief Executive Officer, Éloïse Harvey, and DTA Chief Executive Officer, Miguel de Sebastian Merello are proud to announce their recent teaming agreement. This close collaboration between EPIQ Machinery and DTA is full of potential bringing an array of AGVs possibilities for the international aluminium market.

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Rio Tinto invests in a new aluminium recycling centre in Arvida

Rio Tinto is investing US$29 million (C$35 million) to build a new aluminium recycling facility at its Arvida Plant in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec, to expand its offering of low-carbon aluminium solutions for customers in the automotive, packaging and construction markets.

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