Fastmarkets Bauxite & Alumina 2024
You will gain exclusive insights on supply challenges, pricing forecasts and sustainability progress in the industry across 3 days at this event. Network with producers, refiners, traders and officials from all over the globe. Hear how the industry is recovering from the energy crisis to re-establish refining capacity, the impact of the EU critical minerals list and regional updates on all major projects. What is the impact of export bans? How is China’s African investments affecting production? What can the industry do to increase sustainability efforts? This is the only conference in the world covering the entire Bauxite and Alumina supply chain, so don’t miss us in Miami this year.
The only event for the whole aluminium raw materials supply chain
Meet key voices from bauxite exporting regions Guinea, Jamaica, Ghana and Australia
Focus in on sustainability and the opportunities it presents
How will the push for green aluminium impact the raw materials side of the supply chain? Learn where the opportunities are within sustainability to be capitalized on.
Receive expert led insights
Gain insights from the industry’s leading minds with diverse sessions from across the supply chain on Bauxite production to Non-Met uses. Hear discussions on Sustainability, non-met, China and Government insights on Bauxite production.
Essential pricing trends and insights
Hear pricing trends and forecasts from Fastmarkets experts, to enable you to better strategize and negotiate deals.
A must attend event for all stakeholders in the Aluminium and Alumina value chain.
Excellent! All in one seminar. Customers, Suppliers and connections.
It was a well planned and executed conference. As a first-timer I was impressed with the trend and innovations.
As the only deepwater seaport located directly on the U.S.-Mexico border, the Port of Brownsville is strategically positioned to efficiently serve and connect industries across North America and beyond. This logistical advantage has catapulted the Port of Brownsville as the major gateway for steel into Mexico, moving more than 5 million tons of steel commodities in 2023. The movement of cargo across the border is made easy thanks to the port’s direct connectivity to USMCA interstate corridors, offering a fast route to non-congested international bridge crossings. The Port of Brownsville also claims conceptual ownership of Texas’ first overweight corridor, allowing trucks crossing the border in either direction to load to the legal weight limits of Mexico – 125,000 pounds – (45,000 pounds heavier than domestic limits). The port’s foreign trade zone remains a leader in exports, ranking second in the nation with exported goods valued at over $8.2 billion. The FTZ has consistently placed in the top three for exports out of 193 FTZs nationwide since 2012.