Svein Tore Holsether, President and CEO Sapa
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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.
Aluminium has been used in buildings for decades, but there are constantly new challenges. Shape magazine has discussed trends and prospects for the future with in-house expert Pedro Maçarico at Sapa Building System in Portugal.
For many in the wind industry, aluminium profiles are either too unknown or thought to be weak or sensitive to corrosion. However, aluminium profiles can help solve some of the industry’s major product design challenges.
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.
British Waterways have been working with Sapa Profiles UK to develop an aluminium emergency stop plank for canal waterway systems.
Having completed two circumnavigations of the globe and numerous other voyages, the INS Tarangini has sailed approximately 100,000 nautical miles.
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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Exciting future for Sapa
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