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October 4, 2018
During its 2018 annual meeting – “United States of Aluminum” – the Aluminum Association announced additions to its Board of Directors and the winner of the 2018 Marlan A. Boultinghouse Award.
October 1, 2018
Agreement a Missed Opportunity to Exempt Canada and Mexico from Aluminum Tariffs
September 24, 2018
When compared to advanced steels, advanced aluminum alloys in lightweight pickup truck design produce lower environmental impacts
Automotive Transportation
September 10, 2018
Largest Industry Trade Association Calls for Quota-Free Tariff Exemptions for Canada and Mexico
August 30, 2018
The Aluminum Association responded today to the Government of Mexico’s recent initiation of an antidumping investigation on imports of certain Chinese aluminum foil.
August 21, 2018
In a letter to Treasury Department Under Secretary David Malpass, the Aluminum Association called on the Trump administration to address China’s structural aluminum overcapacity when meeting with Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen this week. 
Advocacy, Trade
August 7, 2018
Assan Aluminyum, Reliant Aluminum Products LLC, and AluMore join the association as new member companies.
Associate Member, Membership, Press Release, Producer Member
August 2, 2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation announced today their proposed rulemaking for the fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards for light-duty vehicles model years 2022-2025. 
July 26, 2018
The Aluminum Association responded today to the joint U.S. – EU commitment to “resolve the steel and aluminum tariff issues and retaliatory tariffs.”
June 18, 2018
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its preliminary determination that imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from China are being sold at less than fair value (or “dumped”) in the United States.