To achieve many of the industry’s other visions, it needs to achieve better representation and to ensure a level playing field. The UK Metals Council, led by senior industry figures, should help achieve this while delivering the sector's strategic approach and ensuring it leads to a sustainable, growth-led future for the industry. The Council should also improve the way the industry communicates its key messages, allowing it to speak with authority to government, other sectors and educators.:
To support the development of a sustainable circular economy, commitments sought from policymakers may include:
Having established the Metals Council in 2015, the industry needs to track objective measures of international competitiveness for key parts of the metals industry.
02/12/21 - UK Metals Council joins the National Manufacturing Skills Task Force
The UK Metals Council, UKMC, is very pleased to confirm it has joined the National Manufacturing Skills Task Force.
28/06/21 - Leading Aluminium Recycling Organisation (ALUPRO) joins the UK Metals Council.
ALUPRO, the industry funded, not for profit, aluminium recycling organisation has recently joined the UK Metals Council, UKMC.
26/05/21 - The CRU Steel Decarbonisation Strategies 2021 Virtual Conference
The CRU Steel Decarbonisation Strategies 2021 Virtual Conference will bring together leaders from across the global steel value chain gather to discuss pathways to carbon neutrality, what financial tools are available to support these investments and what policy frameworks are needed to make them viable.