Challenges before the aluminium industry, the need for growth and the use of latest technology are among the issues to be discussed at an international conference here, beginning January 31.
Over 700 delegates, including about 300 from abroad, are likely to attend the four-day 7th International Conference on Aluminium (INCAL-2019), being organised by the Aluminium Association of India (AAI) under the aegis of the mines ministry.
"This event will provide a mega platform to exchange ideas on latest technological advances, Aluminium Roadmap 2030, upstream and downstream integration... many more pertaining to aluminium industry vis-a-vis the challenges and opportunities," NALCO CMD, T K Chand, told reporters.
Alongside the conference, there will be an exhibition on the theme 'Aluminium India', organised by Reed Exhibitions, Germany, in association with AAI.
The conference is also being planned to focus on 'Think Aluminium: Think Odisha', to promote Odisha as a destination for aluminium industries and the aluminium capital of the country.
The event conference will be attended by top executives of global aluminium industries like ALCAN of Canada, ALCOA of USA, CHALIECO and CHINALCO of China, EMAL of Emirates, DUBAL of Dubai, among others, Chand said.
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