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Singen, Germany

Singen aluminium plant, Germany

Constellium’s plant at Singen is an aluminium manufacturing plant with over 1,600 employees. With its high-grade cold mills, integrated hot/cold rolling line and one of the largest extrusion presses in the world, Singen plant is one of Constellium’s largest sites.

About Constellium's plant at Singen

In 1912, Singen first started using the young metal called aluminium to develop new technologies and applications. Since that time, the facility has not only influenced the German aluminium market, but the worldwide one as well, with many innovative products.

Today, Constellium’s Singen plant develops, manufactures and distributes aluminium packaging and automotive rolled products, extruded products, automotive components and systems.

Constellium's Singen plant at a glance

Constellium Singen plant

Constellium Singen GmbH
Alusingen Platz 1
D-78221 Singen, Germany
Tel: +49 7731 80 0 
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Constellium’s Singen plant certifications and purchase information for suppliers

Singen plant’s key manufacturing capabilities

Integrated hot/cold rolling line

The integrated hot/cold rolling line allows unique metallurgical properties and short lead times. The plant manufactures sheet and coil with different surfaces, tempers and alloys.

High-grade cold mills

High-grade cold mills with special surface capabilities including bright finish and Electrical Discharge Texturing (EDT) texting for automotive production.

Extrusion presses

The extrusion plant’s shop supplies material to automotive, transportation and industry markets. It hosts the largest press (100 MN) in Western Europe and has capabilities for profiles up to 750 mm width and 30 m long.

The automotive press lines are dedicated to producing semis for crash management applications: a dedicated unit allows the production of finished side-impact beams ready for the OEM assembly lines.

The plant also has dedicated technology and equipment to produce aluminum/steel co-extruded conductor rails.

Constellium Crash Management Systems

 

Constellium's aluminium sheets

Last update 15 October 2015 Back to top