Suppliers of aluminum and aluminum alloys used to manufacture automotive components.
Alcoa, Inc. in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania.
A supplier of aluminum and aluminum products for the automotive and heavy-duty truck markets. Product areas include cast wheels, forged wheels, cold-finished rod & bar products, seamless & structural tubing, stuctural shapes and other extrusions, and as well as metallic and specialty fasteners.
Alcoa, Inc. in New Kensington, Pennsylvania.
A research and development center for light metals.
Alloy Resources Corporation in Muskegon, Michigan.
An aluminum smelter serving the casting industry.
Almetals Company in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of specialty metals including stainless steel, aluminized, Nizn - coat, stainless clad aluminum (for automotive trim applications) and clad copper.
Aluminum Anodizers Council in Wauconda, Illinois.
A trade organization for the North American anodizing industry, which promotes the use of anodized aluminum through technical interchange, education, and marketing, etc.
Aluminum Blanking Company, Inc. in Pontiac, Michigan.
A processor of surface sensitive coil products primarily in aluminum but also in stainless, electrogalvanized, galvanized and cold rolled steel. Services include toll processing such as cutting to shape (1st stage blanks), lubing (wet & dry film) and laydown analysis, interleaving, applying PVC, stenciling, tensile testing, surface inspection, package transfers, electronic bar code labeling, EDI and flash annealing.
American Nickeloid Company in Peru, Illinois.
A supplier of continuous coil products including pre-painted metals, pre-plated metals, pre-polished metals, vinyl-metal laminates and specialty coated metals. Available substrates include steel (cold-rolled, electro-galvanized, hot-dipped galvanized, stainless), copper, brass and aluminum. Finishes available include chromium, nickel, brass, and copper as well as various vinyl patterns and coatings.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
Benteler Aluminum Systems Michigan, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
Develops and delivers high-tech aluminum extrusion-based sub frames, body structures and crash management systems to the automotive industry. Technology and applications center on-site. Products include bumper beams, windshield frames tower to tower braces and fuel tank rails.
Block Steel Corporation in Skokie, Illinois.
A supplier of aluminized steel such as aluminized stainless 409, galvanized and aluminized steel tubing.
Bonnell Aluminum in Newnan, Georgia.
A manufacturer of custom aluminum extrusions serving the automotive structural components and other markets. Capabilities include extrusions, precision cutting, anodizing and liquid paint (electrostatic). Product applications include sub-frames, body structures, and crash management.
Clinton Aluminum, Inc. in New Franklin, Ohio.
A supplier of custom-cut aluminum plate, sheet, bar, structural and tubing material.
Constellium Automotive USA, LLC in Novi, Michigan.
A manufacturer of sheet, extrusions, castings, forgings and assemblies.
Dajcor Aluminum Ltd. in Chatham, Ontario.
A supplier of aluminum extrusion assemblies and components. Services include machining, finishing, and fabrication of auto parts.
Elektrisola Inc. in Boscawen, New Hampshire.
A manufacturer of fine and ultrafine copper magnet wire/enamelled copper wire and other specialty wire products such as enamelled aluminum wire, and enamelled copper clad aluminum wire, etc.
IBC Advanced Alloys in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A supplier of specialty materials and rare metal allows. Products include copper alloys such as beryllium copper, chrome zirconium copper, chromium copper alloys, nickel aluminum bronze, ropper rod, as well as aluminum bronze in plate, bar, block and rings.
Kaiser Aluminum Corporation in Foothill Ranch, California.
A producer of alumina, primary aluminum, and fabricated aluminum products including plates, extrusions, forgings, rods, bars, and tubes.
Material Sciences Corporation in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
A full-service continuous coil coater offering metals for multiple uses including fuel tanks, transmission clutch rings, exterior and interior trim and pre-primed and pre-lubricated metals as well as processing up to 62 inch wide steel and aluminum coils, the company also offers in-line tension leveling, slitting and embossing.
Metal Powder Products Company in Westfield, Indiana.
A supplier of custom-engineered net-shape powder metallurgy products for a wide variety of automotive applications. Expertise includes a full range of PM material technology utilizing ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel and aluminum alloys. Products include clutch hubs, gears, cam caps, latch bolts, cams, and ring gears.
Neuman Aluminium Impact Extrusion Inc. in Waynesboro, Virginia.
A supplier of aluminum impact extrusions. Applications include components for airbags, seat restraints, braking and steering systems, as well as parts for shock absorbers, bumper absorbers, chassis, gearshift assemblies, fuel supplies, and air conditioning units.
Novelis, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia.
A producer of rolled aluminum sheet for hoods, deck lids, heat exchangers and other stamped automotive part applications.
O-FLEX, Inc. in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
A supplier of full service metal finishing, fabricating and assemblies. Product expertise includes various metalic and composite tubing products for applications in the automotive, commercial and industrial, and military industries. Core compentencies include anodizing, aluminum extrusions and fabrication, end forming and bending.
Pace Industries, Inc. in Grafton, Wisconsin.
A supplier of high pressure aluminum and fully-machined die castings produced on 600 ton thru 1800 ton machines, using 380 and 413 aluminum alloys to produce gear covers, rocker housings & covers, flywheel housings and other engine components.
Plascore Incorporated in Zeeland, Michigan.
A manufacturer of structural honeycomb cores and honeycomb sandwich structures. Materials include Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Nomex, and Kevlar. Benefits include strength, acoustical, energy absorption, thermoforming and recyclable characteristics. Automotive applications include load floors, sun visors, battery trays, seatbacks, package trays, bolsters, pillars, bumpers, and headliners.
Reade Advanced Materials in Providence, Rhode Island.
A SDVOSB manufacturer and custom processor of specialty chemical solids (metal, mineral, ceramic, composite, conductive, magnetic, powder, strip, wire, nanoparticle, metal foam, ceramic foam, natural fibers, additives, reinforcements, processing, blending, packaging).
Rio Tinto Alcan in Montreal, Québec.
A provider of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum as well as flexible and specialty packaging. Products include bumper beams, space frame or unibody structures, hoods, doors, fenders, castings, forgings and sheet products.
Ryerson in Chicago, Illinois.
A distributor and processor of carbon, alloy, and stainless steel; aluminum; copper alloys; brass; and industrial plastics.
Samuel Automotive in Mississauga, Ontario.
A metal processor and distributor. Products include carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum in various shapes and sizes including coil, sheet, blanks, bars, extrusion and tube. In addition, provides ultra high strength steel, dual phase steel, advanced high strength steels (bake hardenable, dual phase, trip, Martensite, etc.); electrical steel; high carbon alloy strip; and tool steel.
Sapa Extruder, Inc. in Mountain Top, Pennsylvania.
An aluminum extruder. Capabilities include fabrication, drilling, tapping, end deburring, assembly, riveting, bending, miter cutting, countersinking, etc.
Sapa Extrusions North America in Rosemont, Illinois.
Develops and manufactures aluminum pipe and tube profiles and heat-exchanger strip.
Sapa Precision Tubing Rockledge in Rockledge, Florida.
Supplies extruded aluminum shapes, tubing, and drawn tubing for automotive and other applications. Products include Macro MPE tube for use in oil coolers and charge air coolers, Micro MPE tube for use in radiators, condensers and charge air coolers and drawn tubing for liquid line applications.
Southern Aluminum Finishing Company in Atlanta, Georgia.
A metal service center, supplying aluminum sheet, coils and extrusions. Services include coil anodizing, powder-coats and paints aluminum. Coil finishing is also available. Also an architectural metal fabricator specializing in aluminum, stainless steel, and aluminum composite fabrication.
Spartan Light Metal Products, Inc. in Sparta, Illinois.
Services include aluminum die castings, full service machinery, assembly, painting, and design engineering.
Stahl Specialty Company in Kingsville, Missouri.
A provider of aluminum castings. Capabilities include engineering, heat treatment, process control, transportation, electronic communication, foundry, metallurgical, production machining and sub-assembly.
Superform USA in Riverside, California.
A manufacturer of aluminum automotive body panels, specializing in super plastic aluminum forming. Site activities include forming, 5-axis cutting, welding, adhesive assembly, etc.
Superior Aluminum Alloys LLC in New Haven, Indiana.
Produces ingot, sow and molten aluminum metal products.
Tata Steel International Americas in Schaumburg, Illinois.
A supplier of steel and aluminum products.
The Aluminum Association, Inc. in Arlington, Virginia.
A trade association for U.S. producers of aluminum.