Aluminij wide-ranging loyal customers and partners include the leading names in the aluminium industry; Advaita, Glencore International, China Non-ferrous Metal Industry’s Foreign Engineering and Construction Co., Ltd., Rain CII Carbon LLC, Outotec GmbH, Aminco Resources, Hydro Aluminium Deutschland GmbH and others. We are able to maintain these productive partnerships by consistently producing high quality aluminium products which are among the world’s best.
Globally dispersed, our international partners, customers and suppliers, create a stable and firm network of alliances, enabling Aluminij to be a leading player in the global aluminium industry.
Founded in the 1970s, Glencore has grown to become a major producer and marketer of commodities – employing 160,000 people around the world. Glencore’s operations comprise around 150 mining, metallurgical sites and oil production assets. Its diversity by geography, product and activity, maximizes the value it creates for its business and its diverse stakeholders. Glencore has a number of production facilities all around the world and it supplies metals, minerals, crude oil, oil products, coal, natural gas and agricultural products to international customers in the automotive, power generation, steel production and food processing industries.
Duferco was founded in 1979 by Italian Bruno Bolfo. In 1982, the company moved its headquarters from New York and São Paulo to Lugano. Initially active only in the steel trade, Duferco also expanded its activities to the commodities trade in the early 1990s, in particular with raw materials for the steel industry such as coke, coal, iron ore, pig iron or sponge iron. With the acquisition in 1996 of the Italian Ferdofin Siderurgica, Duferco rose in the steel production. Later, the company acquired additional steel mills, especially in Italy, Belgium and Eastern Europe. After the turn of the millennium, Duferco split its activities with, among other things, its entry into the energy, shipping and logistics sectors.