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Constellium to showcase its aluminium bright surfaces and its 3D app at the 2017 Automotive Interiors Expo
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Constellium to showcase its aluminium bright surfaces and its 3D app at the 2017 Automotive Interiors Expo

20 June 2017

Amsterdam, June 20, 2017 – Constellium N.V. (NYSE and Euronext Paris: CSTM) is exhibiting at the Automotive Interiors Expo 2017 from June 20 to 22, 2017 in Stuttgart, Germany. Constellium is participating for the fourth time at this event, and showcases customized decorative solutions for automotive applications including interior decoration as well as StaybrightTM, its breakthrough aluminium surface solution for exterior automotive trims.

Samples of Constellium’s aluminium functional surfaces are displayed at the booth to provide an overview of the various existing alloys, surfaces and finishes. Constellium also showcases its 3D app, a first-of-its-kind application for the automotive industry, allowing OEMs and businesses to browse through Constellium’s wide array of aluminium product offerings available for the automotive sheet and extrusions market.

“Thanks to constant research in coordination between C-TEC, our world renowned Research and Development center, and our Singen production plant, we are able to maintain a leading position in the functional surfaces market;” said Dieter Höll, Director Sales and Marketing Automotive & Specialties. “This exhibit represents every year an opportunity to show our customers and prescribers our extensive portfolio of products and solutions, which are adapted to various forming, stamping, bending, roll forming processes and ultimately many shapes, sizes and designs.”

Constellium is located Hall 5 – Booth A5328

Patrick Kuechler, Constellium Segment Manager Specialties will give a presentation on the 3D application at the Automotive Interiors Expo 2017 Open Technology Forum on June 21 from 11:30 – 11:50 a.m.