Why Aluminium?

Wednesday 14th September 2022
14:00  -  14:50 | FREE to attend, register now

Theatre :  Supply Chain, Trade and Policy 


While sustainability is an important source of competitive advantage for aluminium producers and manufacturers, it is now becoming an imperative.

The recent release of ALFED’s Net Zero Report highlights that collaboration across sectors is key in delivering radical innovation, growth and change and this panel of experts will examine how and why aluminium is ideally positioned to help UK industry as it moves towards more sustainable supply chains.

Geoff Scamans is a Professor of Metallurgy at Brunel UniversityGeoffrey Scamans Professor of Metallurgy at Brunel University
Chief Scientific Officer at Innoval Technology
Mark WhiteMark White Executive Director
Nadine BloxsomeNadine Bloxsome Membership & Sustainability​ Manager
The Aluminium Federation ALFED
Stephen Murden, Head of Extrusion UK Sales at Hydro Aluminium UK LtdStephen Murden Head of Extrusion UK Sales
Hydro Aluminium UK Ltd
Tony Graham, Chair at OCEA Shipbuilding UK LtdTony Graham Chair
OCEA Shipbuilding UK Ltd

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