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Making cars lighter, safer and recyclable

We design and manufacture aluminum components for your passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The aim is to shed weight, thereby boosting fuel economy and reducing carbon emissions, and to design for disassembly. 

Aluminum extrusion technologies

Sapa works with OEMs and top-tier suppliers in North America, Europe, and Asia. We serve as consulting engineers and as your manufacturing partner, utilizing aluminum extrusion technologies in structural and heat transfer applications.

The choice of materials is the first and most important factor for automotive design.

Your multi-material expert

We offer you unmatched R&D knowledge, including high-strength alloy development, with applied manufacturing skills in bending, machining, joining, surface treatment and assembly. 

Lightweight cars

Components and systems include roof rails, seat tracks and seating components, finished trim, structural parts, fuel systems and engine products, safety parts, radiators, structural components, brake lines, air coolers, battery boxes and more. 

A compact car is now almost as big as a midsize car was 10 years ago.

We helped pioneer the substitution trend when the industry began replacing steel and copper with aluminum.

Contact us with your automotive project today.

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Charge it with aluminum

Electric vehicles use lots of aluminum. Now the chargers that help power these cars are using aluminum, too. The Swedish company Chargestorm produces charging station solutions for electrical vehicles in collaboration with Sapa.

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Distribution

Sapa Extrusion offers the industry’s largest choice of extruded shapes (standard and custom), seamless and structural pipe & tube, and standard and specialty rod and bar. Our North American network of production and supply facilities can satisfy all of your extrusion requirements. We have exceptional capabilities in extruded sizes, alloys and tempers, including both direct and indirect extrusion methods.