2016-08-16 | Sapa Profiles UK has helped the van racking system and van roof rack specialists, Autorack Products Ltd with the development and successful launch of their latest product, the Autorack Aluminium Van Pipe Carrier.
2016-08-09 | Sapa Profiles UK, part of Sapa Group - the world’s leading producer of aluminium solutions, has collaborated with Star Events to create the structure for the one-of-a-kind Hyundai FanDome, home to the innovative Football Heaven screening event for Euro 20
2016-05-27 | With a long-established reputation for excellent service and reliability, Kestrel Aluminium Systems is a well-regarded supplier to the fenestration industry.
2016-05-18 | Dawes Highway Safety Ltd recently turned to Sapa Profiles UK for support with the design, extrusion and fabrication of profiles for their DawesGuard™ DropDown® Technology safety system. Providing initial design consultation, Sapa Profiles aided Dawes with
2016-05-18 | Sapa UK held their 9th Profile Academy on May 10th and 11th. Sometimes it can be difficult to keep a programme fresh and often we think maybe we should change a certain aspect.
2016-03-02 | Solardome Industries, the pioneer and world leader in the design and development of aluminium geodesic domes has recently installed a PRO dome at Watford Grammar School for Girls, in Hertfordshire.
2016-02-16 | Sapa Profiles UK has recently supported solar PV consultancy SBC Renewables in the development of what is thought to be the largest single-span roof site of photovoltaics in the UK.
2016-02-01 | Sapa Profiles UK has produced and printed its latest standards catalogue. The catalogue contains the complete range of standard aluminium profiles from Sapa Profiles UK, part of the world’s largest producer of aluminium extrusion.
2016-01-27 | Sapa’s aluminium extrusion company in the UK helped in the reconstruction of a Short Stirling Bomber aircraft used in World War II. The project is a tribute to the people who designed, maintained and flew the historic aircraft.
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