Svein Tore Holsether, President and CEO Sapa
Danish-based Scotia designs and supplies solar streetlight systems that generate renewable energy and helps cities achieve the environmental goal of zero-emission street lighting.
Aircraft manufacturers and engine designers are not the only ones who strive to shave weight at the design stage.
Maximal Compact is the name of a window that has been a real sales success for Swedish window-maker Maximal Aluminiumfönster.
The new roof being built on BC Place in Vancouver looks astonishing and will bring a new record to Canada.
Australian Lite Industries entered the uk construction market offering its lightweight modular systems for ground worker protection.
Geutebrück is a renowned manufacturer of high-end video security systems. Its signature is the seamless integration of existing systems with advanced digital technologies together with an outstanding man-machine interface.
Soft and forgiving but as strong as steel. Norwegian manufacturer Lattix developes and produces lightweight trussed aluminium masts.
Sapa was chosen by Twinfix to assist with the development of profiles used with the new panels in vertical glazing applications.
A fully automated ctl (cut to length) work station entered service this year in Sapa’s Cressona Plant in Pennsylvania, USA.
Inspiria Science Center in Sarpsborg, Norway is hard to miss, with its stunning glass and aluminium exterior.
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