Life cycle assessments show vehicles designed with lightweight aluminum result in reduced emissions without product sacrifices
(Marshall) Jinlong Wang
Senior Environmental/Sustainability Specialist, Aluminum Association
North American content per vehicle due to jump 24% by 2030
SGL touts recent wins in North America and Europe
Publicly trade companies have a duty to do much more than deliver hefty dividends to shareholders, says the Business Roundtable.
Atlanta-based Novelis Inc. says it has developed the industry’s first battery case made from sheet aluminum.
Atlanta-based Novelis Inc. has agreed to purchase rival aluminum supplier Aleris Corp. for $2.6 billion, including debt assumption.
High-strength aluminum alloy from Novelis has no compromises on formability, safety, or NVH
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Daily
Atlanta-based Novelis Inc. plans to open a new aluminum-sheet manufacturing facility in Guthrie, Ky., in 2020.
Atlanta-based Novelis Inc. has begun production on a third automotive finishing line at its Oswego, N.Y., plant.
The auto industry is using more aluminum to reduce vehicle weight, but the shift isn’t occurring as quickly as expected, says Novelis Inc., the world’s largest supplier of rolled aluminum sheet.
When you’re looking for weight reductions, it is the little things that matter, too.
Atlanta-based aluminum producer Novelis Inc. has abruptly removed former Ford Motor Co. executive Philip Martens, its president and CEO for the past four years.
As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) is about to increase almost exponentially, aluminum supplier Novelis is preparing to provide customers with protective solutions
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Group
Novelis Inc. has launched production at China's first plant dedicated to making heat-treated aluminum sheet for vehicles.
The use of aluminum has been long in coming in the auto industry. Longer, by far, than even some people in the aluminum industry had imagined.
Novelis Inc. tells Bloomberg News the proportion of its sales of aluminum sheet to carmakers will jump from 9% today to 25%, or 270,000 tons, by 2020.
“Our objective was to find materials that allowed us to design the truck to be as tough as the current model, yet could help it be hundreds of pounds lighter for better capability and fuel economy.”
It’s one part history, one part commitment, and one part desire. And it’s all about Jaguar.