Complete Company Resource Provides Details On Nearly 500 Plants Operating in the U.S., Canada and Mexico
ARLINGTON, VA — Today, the Aluminum Association released the 2014 edition of the North American Aluminum Industry Plant Directory. The Directory is the industry’s only complete resource offering the most up-to-date details on 488 plants (excluding foundries) known to be operating in North America as of August 2014. This is the latest update of a directory last published in 2012.
The 2014 edition covers 405 aluminum plants in the United States, 52 plants in Canada and 31 plants in Mexico. The Directory provides plant location, types of products produced, contact information and affiliated websites. The directory is divided into sections -- organized alphabetically, by location, and by mill product.
The new edition of the Directory also better emphasizes membership in the Aluminum Association with a logo marking each member plant.
“In an industry that is constantly changing, the 2014 directory serves as the most up-to-date resource on North American aluminum plant information,” said Ryan Olsen, Aluminum Association Vice President for Business Information and Statistics. “This is an invaluable resource for any company or industry-watcher operating in this space.”
Among other potential audiences, the 2014 North American Aluminum Industry Plant Directory is a resource for:
To purchase a download of the 2014 North American Aluminum Industry Plant Directory please visit www.aluminum.org and click the “Bookstore” tab. The member price is $150 and the non-member price is $300.
Information contained in the 2014 North American Aluminum Industry Plant Directory is the result of industry surveys and research conducted by the Aluminum Association with the assistance of its members, the Aluminum Extruders Council and the Instituto del Alumino, A.C. The Association does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this publication.
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