Vedanta Aluminium CEO Appointed Vice-Chairman Of International Aluminium Institute

Abhijeet Singh
20 May 2024
06:47 PM
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John Slaven will lead global initiatives to foster the sustainable transformation of the aluminium industry and highlight aluminium's critical role in enabling the energy transition to a Zero Carbon modern world.

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Vedanta Aluminium announces the appointment of its CEO, John Slaven, as the Vice-Chairman of the International Aluminium Institute (IAI). The IAI, established in 1972, is the sole organisation representing the primary aluminium industry worldwide. It aims to raise awareness of the industry's operations, advocate for responsible production, and underscore the significant benefits of aluminium in building greener technologies. The IAI's membership comprises the world’s leading bauxite, alumina, and aluminium companies and maintains the most comprehensive global data on the aluminium industry, with over 40 years of analysis on production, consumption, energy use, and environmental impact.

Commenting on his new role, John Slaven stated, 'Aluminium has already proven itself essential in the global transition to a Net Zero future. I believe the onus lies on us as global leaders of the collective industry to boost awareness of aluminium’s limitless potential and champion its applications in building a greener planet. The IAI has undertaken stellar efforts in this regard, and I look forward to working with my fellow board members and colleagues to reinforce aluminium as the definitive metal of the future.'

Slaven brings over three decades of rich experience in the metals, mining, and modern manufacturing industries. He has held diverse positions in top companies within these sectors, shaping the industry in transformative ways.

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