SPECIAL REPORT: Introducing Fastmarkets’ low-carbon aluminium differentials

Fastmarkets will publish its first low-carbon aluminium differentials for primary aluminium (P1020A) and value-added products in Europe on Friday March 5.

A “green” supply chain has been a key focus for the aluminium market over the past few years. One main point of discussion has been whether low-carbon aluminium can fetch a premium due to its “green” status.

Fastmarkets aims to bring transparency into the market with its new low-carbon aluminium differentials. Download this free whitepaper to find out more about the evolution of low-carbon aluminium, how Fastmarkets’ new pricing mechanisms will work and where the steel market is in its low-carbon journey.

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