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November 10, 2021

Aurubis builds recycling plant in the US and sets its sights on sustainable growth

Aurubis AG is further expanding its activities in recycling metal-bearing materials internationally.

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October 20, 2021

Aurubis commissions largest environmental protection installation in Hamburg since the 1980s

Today Aurubis AG inaugurated a new, innovative system for Reducing Diffuse Emissions (RDE) in primary copper production at the Hamburg site.

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Monday, October 11, 2021

Tomorrow Metals by Aurubis: Multimetal supplier stands for a strong commitment to sustainability

During the London Metal Exchange Week, the annual meeting of the metals industry in the UK capital, multimetal supplier Aurubis presented its new label. With the name “Tomorrow Metals by Aurubis,” it emphasizes the Group’s strong focus on sustainability.

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Wednesday, September 8, 2021

"Aurubis Bulgaria" AD: Notice to shareholders

Aurubis Bulgaria AD informs you that on September 2, 2021 a General Assembly of the shareholders of the company was held, at which a decision was made to pay a dividend in the amount of BGN 12.73 per share.

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Thursday, August 19, 2021

Aurubis awarded platinum status for sustainability by EcoVadis

Aurubis AG has further improved its CSR ranking issued by EcoVadis. With 73 of 100 points in the assessment, the company was distinguished with the platinum status for the first time.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Partial sale of flat rolled products segment: Aurubis signs term sheet with INTEK Holding

Aurubis AG intends to sell the FRP plant in Zutphen (Netherlands) as well as the slitting centers in Birmingham (United Kingdom), Dolný Kubín (Slovakia), and Mortara (Italy) with a total of about 360 employees.

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Thursday, August 5, 2021

Nine-month report: Aurubis generates excellent result

Aurubis AG continued the positive trend of the current fiscal year in Q3, presenting more than double the result in today’s nine-month report compared to the same period of the previous year: operating EBT rose to € 268 million (previous year: € 133 million).

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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Aurubis-1 start of construction for largest in-house PV plant in Bulgaria

Aurubis started the construction of a 10-megawatt (MW) solar power plant near its production site in Bulgaria. This is the next step towards sustainable multimetal production. Once completed, it will be the largest PV plant for in-house electricity production by a company in the country.

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Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Tim Kurth was re-elected President of the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry with a term of office until 2025

The General Meeting of the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GBCCI) re-elected Tim Kurth, CEO of Aurubis Bulgaria for another term of office as GBCCI President.

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Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Aurubis: First copper anodes produced with hydrogen

Aurubis started the series of tests for hydrogen use on an industrial scale in copper anode production at the Hamburg plant. The pilot project in which hydrogen and nitrogen were introduced in the production facility (anode furnace) instead of natural gas went according to plan. Initially, the current tests will gauge the...

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Thursday, May 13, 2021

Sustainable success in the first fiscal half-year: Aurubis achieves significantly higher result

Significantly higher refining charges for recycling materials, an increased concentrate throughput, strict cost discipline, high product demand, and a higher metal result with a strong increase in metal prices: these factors combined are the key reasons for the significantly higher operating earnings before taxes (EBT) of € 185 million that Aurubis AG generated in the first half of its current fiscal year compared to the prior-year period (€ 91 million).

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