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Constellium Exploring Possible Divestiture of Ussel, France Plant
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Constellium Exploring Possible Divestiture of Ussel, France Plant

05 June 2013

Paris, June 5, 2013 – Constellium N.V. (NYSE and NYSE Euronext: CSTM) today announced that it is exploring the sale of its Ussel, France plant, which specializes in precision castings.  Constellium informed the employee representative bodies for the plant during a meeting with the Works Council in France of the potential divestiture.  The Ussel plant has approximately 230 employees and generated approximately €26 million of revenue in 2012.  Constellium generated approximately €3.6 billion of revenue in 2012.

Constellium and its advisors are conducting a thorough assessment of the potential divestiture with the goal of finding a suitable buyer committed to ensuring the future development of the plant.  Constellium currently plans to retain the plant if a suitable buyer cannot be found. Constellium can provide no assurances, however, as to whether a suitable buyer will be found, the terms and conditions of any agreement entered into with a potential buyer or as to any Buyer’s future plans for the plant.

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