Post-Recession Outlook Positive for Aluminum, Say Mill Execs

Pinkham, Myra
May 2011
Metal Center News;May2011, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on the positive outlook for the aluminum market following the recession in the U.S. Executive Steven Demetriou predicts that the market will further improve in 2011 indicating a start of an economic recovery. Demetriou notes that everyone in the market has learned their lesson during the recession and acknowledges the necessity of more effort in productivity and working capital. Executive Jean-Marc Germain expects strong demand in most markets to improve in this industry.


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