In 1978, Robert Bosch was the first company to introduce ABS – an active braking safety system for emergency situations — to the market and is today considered the worldwide market leader. Since aluminium was introduced into the automotive industry, Constellium has become a leading supplier of lightweight vehicle solutions including ABS body profiles, helping auto manufacturers reduce vehicle mass while advancing safety, comfort and performance1. As a full service supplier, Constellium collaborates with customers resulting in industry leading product and process innovations.
Constellium’s Decin plant manufactures customized aluminium extrusions in soft and hard alloys with a variety of finishes for global markets. The Decin location is the largest integrated hard alloy facility in Europe and employs more than 650 full-time employees. The site currently has an integrated foundry, 12 presses for direct and indirect extrusion production, as well as equipment for additional downstream operations.
Constellium (NYSE and Euronext Paris: CSTM) is a global sector leader that develops innovative, value added aluminium products for a broad scope of markets and applications, including aerospace, automotive and packaging. Constellium generated €4.7 billion of revenue in 2016.
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1 For further information on Constellium’s aluminium product offerings available for the automotive sheet and extrusions market in automotive, an interactive module can be downloaded at http://www.automotive.products.constellium.com/ as well as on the Apple store and on Google Play under the name “Constellium automotive products”.
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