INDUSTRIAL MINERALS

Calls for broader alumina collaboration

THE nature of collaboration in the global alumina sector must be broadened to take the industry to the next level, according to a paper released by AMIRA International.

Jack McGinn
AMIRA International believes the global alumina sector could benefit from more collaboration to get to the next level.

AMIRA International believes the global alumina sector could benefit from more collaboration to get to the next level.

The paper was authored by AMIRA program manager Gray Bailey and managing director Joe Cuzzuca and presented to the recent Alumina Quality Workshop forum in Perth.  It found that while collaborative research...

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