About Constellium business unit

About Constellium business unit

Constellium’s Automotive Structures and Industry business unit leverages local presence to service a global market.

Adding value through innovation

Constellium is fully committed to developing innovative, value-added aluminium products for a broad scope of markets and applications. These include the aerospace, mass transportation, automotive, packaging, energy and building industries.

A global-sector leader, we have over 10,000 employees located in 23 sites and a commercial presence in more than 60 markets across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas and the Asia-Pacific region.

Our primary business activities are centered on aluminium extrusions and automotive structures, rolled products, and international trade.

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Extrusions

Constellium is a key player in the European Extrusions market, focusing on specialty aluminium products.

We supply a variety of aluminium hard and soft alloy extrusions, including technically advanced products, to the automotive, industrial, energy, electrical and building industries. We also supply manufacturers of mass transport vehicles and shipbuilders.

Our production facilities are located in France, Germany, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

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Automotive Structures

Constellium Automotive Structures business

Constellium business unit services major automotive and transportation manufacturers. Drawing on advanced technology, we develop and manufacture aluminium crash management systems, front-end components, cockpit carriers and body-in-white structural components.

Our innovative and cost-effective aluminium solutions aid customers in China, Europe and North America.

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Key-fact

Constellium has around 8,845 employees located in 26 countries and a commercial presence in more than 60 markets.

Last update 01 April 2015 Back to top