|Founded||1 January 2015|
|Arnaud de Weert, CEO|
|Products||Alloys produced: 1xxx, 3xxx, 5xxx, and 8xxx families|
Number of employees
Aludium Aludium is a European producer of flat rolled aluminium for the architectural, distribution, energy and insulation, equipment and devices, packaging, and transportation sectors. Aludium operates mills in Spain (Alicante and Amorebieta) and France (Castelsarrasin). The company also owns and operates the Cindal R&D Centre which is located at Aludium Alicante. Aludium was formed on 1 January 2015 when Atlas Holdings, a US-based investment portfolio, acquired the French-Spanish rolling assets of Alcoa.
Principal markets[edit | edit source]
Aludium makes aluminium alloys for six key sectors including:
- Architectural applications
- Distribution and service centres
- Energy and insulation
- Equipment and devices
Facilities[edit | edit source]
|Aludium Alicante||Alicante includes a breakdown mill, intermediate and finishing mills, a bright mill, various finishing lines and a cast house.|
|Aludium Amorebieta||Amorebieta’s facilities include a hot mill, breakdown mill, finishing mill, and finishing lines. In late 2017, Aludium approved a €20 million investment which will add a multi-chamber furnace to Amorebieta’s assets by 2019.|
|Aludium Castelsarrasin||Aludium’s only mill in France produces high bright material for the international market. The site includes two bright mills and associated finishing lines.|
|Cindal R&D Centre||Established in 1975, Cindal R&D provides technical support, training, and quality assurance to Aludium and its customers.|
Patents[edit | edit source]
Aludium holds or has applied for patents for the following products:
- Texturandum® (Patent pending)
- 55AT™ (Patent pending).
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