2013-05-13 | Competition clearance for Sapa-Hydro J/V received from the EU – final completion expected in the third quarter 2013
2013-05-13 | Sapa Extrusions North America Receives Outstanding Supplier Support Award from Spartan Motors, Inc.
2013-04-19 | Further steps taken in the planned Joint Venture of the aluminium extrusion business of Sapa and Norsk Hydro
2013-04-18 | Pressrelease
2013-03-06 | Scott Condreay, senior manufacturing engineer at Sapa’s North American Technical Center (left)
2013-02-28 | Rosemont, IL— Jeff Henderson, director of marketing and business development for Sapa Extrusions North America, recently presented the economic outlook of the aluminum extrusion industry at the 2013 Platts Aluminum Symposium.
2013-02-27 | H.F. Webster’s new Friction Stir Welding cell in the Rock Island Arsenal facility creates one of the largest commercial panel friction stir welding machines in North America
2013-01-25 | Sapa Extrusions North America Exclusive Platinum sponsor
2013-01-10 | Sapa Extrusions North America Announces 2013 Educational Seminars
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Building integrated solar panels is a new way of designing buildings. At a baseball stadium in Seattle extruded frames from Sapa were used for the project.
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James & Taylor has been developing cladding products to reflect the changes in British architecture since 1988.
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Sapa’s role in the construction of a brand new terminal at Perth Airport marks its debut on the Australian market.
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The scorpion, a traffic safety device, protects both drivers and roadway workers. “We have saved a lot of lives over the years,” says Jim Shilo at TrafFix Devices.
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Inspiria Science Center in Sarpsborg, Norway is hard to miss, with its stunning glass and aluminium exterior.
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Solardome Industries is the market leader of glass and aluminium geodesic domes in the United Kingdom.
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When renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano was commissioned to design Vandalorum, an international art and design centre in southern Sweden, he took to the sky by helicopter for a bird’s eye view of the region.
Australian Lite Industries entered the uk construction market offering its lightweight modular systems for ground worker protection.
A fully automated ctl (cut to length) work station entered service this year in Sapa’s Cressona Plant in Pennsylvania, USA.
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