Future Aluminum Forum Industry 4.0
May 25th 2020
Future Aluminum Forum Industry 4.0 Aluminum Association of Canada May 25-27, Quebec City The focus is on Industry 4.0 and what’s happening in the world of digitalization, presented by the Aluminum Association of Canada.
Labour concerned amendments may not include a tighter definition on what constitutes North American aluminum.
Charged with conspiracy, wire fraud and international money laundering.
Part of an $85 million investment in cutting-edge technology that will increase lower cost aluminum production.
President’s tunnel vision alienates Western allies who have common cause in the challenges posed by China.
More than 70 other US products including licorice, coffee, sleeping bags and ketchup.
United Steelworkers called removal “good news” but wants stronger measures to protect Canadian steel.
To be removed within two days, Canada to drop all of retaliatory measures and legal actions at the WTO.
Foreign Affairs minister expressed optimism over incremental progress, but no indication of a resolution close at hand.
Close to an “understanding” about finally lifting the 25% duty on steel and 10% levy on aluminum imports.
Telwater will become part of BRP’s Marine Group as an independent line.
Emergency import restrictions on seven products that posed a “serious threat” to Canada’s steel industry are about to expire.
Clock is ticking in Canada’s Parliament as June ratification deadline looms.
Norsk Hydro’s plants in Europe and the US were isolated and switched to manual operations.
Manufacturers and users will get non-repayable contributions for productivity and technology projects.