Global. Aluminium. Intelligence.
AZ Global Consulting brings a new level of focus in the things we do. In addition to our regular services, listed below, we will now be bringing you in-depth, accurate analysis on the key issues facing the global aluminum and raw materials markets. Need to understand more about “Green Aluminum”? Come to AZ Global Consulting. Concerned about the supply of anode coke in the world today? We have it covered.
We specialize in helping companies who are interested in entering the Chinese market. We are also able to assist anyone who wishes to purchase raw materials from this dynamic yet complex market. We provide specialist-sourcing advice to manufacturers and secondary industry purchasing managers who are looking for reliable, high-quality Chinese suppliers. Whether you are selling to China, buying from China or are competing against Chinese companies, AZ Global Consulting can help you.[/vcj_text_block][vcj_single_image image=”451″ alignment=”right” radius=”0″ lightbox=”0″ overlay=”disabled” lazy=”disabled” animation_speed=”2″ animation_delay=”0″ margin=”0px -33px 0px 0px”]
Paul Adkins is founder and Managing Director of AZ Global Consulting Ltd, a leading China-based consultancy on China’s primary aluminium industry.
Paul has more than 30 years’ experience, including almost 14 years with Alcoa, 5 years with the former Alcan (now part of Rio Tinto) and 4 years with Tomago Aluminium in Australia. Paul holds an MBA from Newcastle University GSM.
Paul is well known as a controversial and talented speaker at international aluminium conferences, and has been a regular guest on the global Reuters Base Metals Forum.
June Wang has worked with AZ Global Consulting since 2013, closely monitoring China’s aluminium and raw materials markets, researching and tracking market data for over six years. She writes and proposes physical and feasible insight report for customs. Prior to this, June Wang has over three years of experience on coal tar and pitch market research.
Monte Zhang has nearly 7 years of experience in the nonferrous metal industry, and has been leading the national development and Reform Commission (NDRC)’s price monitoring center for the compilation of nonferrous metal price index. He has also made several speeches in industry conferences throughout the years.