We stock all forms of semi finished products in non-ferrous metals, in particular Aluminium, Copper and Brass.
We stock a large range of foil for numerous applications including converter foil for packaging blister foil for the pharmaceutical industry, container foil, capacitor foil, cigarette foil, household foil and foil for cable wrap
We offer extra wide plates for shipbuilding and transport industry, cladded strip for brazed heat exchangers, thread plates and cathode sheets to customer dimensions. Plates can be cut to any required size. We also offer special alloys for the tooling industry
In stock are micro and multiport tubes, tubes for HVAC applications and heat exchangers, lubricated tubes for HVAC application, bus bar tubing for automotive industry in lengths of 15 meter max
Other non-ferrous metals
We also offer Copper, Brass and other Copper metals including rolled products like cable foil, tubes for HVAC and cooling applications. Copper-Nickel tubes and fittings for shipbuilding. Please contact us for specific requirements
For more than 20 years we've expertly supplied clients all forms of semi-finished products in non-ferrous metals, in particular Aluminium and Copper. What originally began as a small trading business has evolved to span the complete range of stocking and exporting non-ferrous metals to countries around the world. We offer competitive prices, short delivery times and competent staff to assist you.
High quality Products
Aluminium, Brass and related alloys
Staff with technical knowledge
We cater for all major industries
We export to countries around the world
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