Aluminium majors exhibit technological capabilities at int’l aluminium conference
The two-day event featured an international exhibition by over 30 companies hailing from the aluminium sector and associate industries
BHUBANESWAR: Over 400 industry leaders from 13 countries participated in the inaugural session of the two-day International Aluminium Conference 2023 held in Odisha’s Jharsuguda.
The International Aluminium Conference 2023 organised by Vedanta Aluminium association with the Aluminium Association of India served as India’s largest B2B platform for facilitating greater collaboration amongst players in the aluminium manufacturing value chain, industry forums and the government.
“The roster of participating companies included Siemens (Germany), ABB (Switzerland), REEL ALUMINIUM (Canada) and Simonsen (Denmark), in addition to representatives from domestic giants such as Indian Oil, Ultratech and Grundfos who displayed their industry solutions as part of the exhibition,” an official press statement by Vedanta Aluminium said on Wednesday.
Experts and industry leaders from aluminium manufacturing companies, customers, business partners and technology providers, came together for nearly 45 in-depth technical sessions from experts operating in wide-ranging domains such as leading technologies in aluminium manufacturing, electric mobility, smart engineering and digital technologies.
Customers, suppliers, and industry players interested in partnering for the upcoming Vedanta Aluminium Park took part in the event that concluded on Tuesday. The two-day event also featured an international exhibition by over 30 companies hailing from the aluminium sector and associate industries, showcasing their technological and manufacturing capabilities.
“Matthieu Arlettaz, CEO – R&DCarbon (Switzerland), spoke on ‘World Class Smelters – Key Performance Indicators with Benchmark Anodes. Similarly, Dagoberto Schubert Severo, Director of CAETE (Brazil), spoke on ‘Recent Numerical Simulation Innovations in the Aluminium Smelting Industry,’ read the statement.