For the year 2022, we sold aluminium in a volume of approx. 34 million euros / approx. 5500t of aluminium, of which 2000t of standard and special profiles – drawing.

We cooperate with important rolling mills, pressing plants and paint shops within the EU. Within Slovakia and the Czech Republic, we supply materials to the most prestigious companies. We have a stable position on the Slovak and Czech markets, which allows us to offer our customers the most favorable conditions in terms of prices, delivery dates and service.



Aluminium is used in the automotive industry to make bodies, frames, engine parts and other components. Aluminium parts are popular for their lightness and resistance to corrosion, which reduces the weight of the vehicle and improves its energy efficiency.



Aviation industry

Aluminium is an important material in aircraft production. Its low weight contributes to fuel efficiency and increases load capacity. It is used to make fuselages, engine covers, wings and other parts.



Construction industry

Aluminium is a common material used in the construction industry. It is used for windows, doors, facades, roofing and other structural elements. Aluminium is light, resistant to corrosion and offers aesthetic possibilities for modern architectural projects.




Aluminium is often used to make packaging materials such as cans and foils. These packages have excellent properties such as resistance to light, moisture and air, which ensures a longer shelf life of food and other products.



Consumer electronics

Aluminium is used in consumer electronics such as computers, telephones and televisions. It is used to make covers, coolers, frames and other components. Aluminum is able to dissipate heat, which is important for the proper functioning of electronic devices.



Food industry

In the food industry, aluminium is used to make cookware, pots and pans. Aluminium dishes have excellent thermal conductivity and are easy to handle.



Public transport system

Aluminium bars and profiles are often used for the production of rails and structures of public transport systems such as railways and subways. Aluminium is resistant to corrosion and has enough strength to support the weight of vehicles.



Solar panels

Aluminium is used for the production of frames and supporting structures of solar panels. Its corrosion resistance and light weight are advantageous in the production of solar systems.



About aluminium

Until now, aluminium has been referred to as the material of the 21st century, and its use is still increasing. This shiny metal is known for its light weight and excellent durability (although pure aluminium is relatively soft). Its non-magnetic and non-flammable nature contribute to its versatility. Aluminium is used in a wide range of industries, especially in transport, engineering, metallurgy, construction, energy and electrical engineering, but also in the chemical and recreational industries. There are many aluminium products, such as sheets, pipes, coils, plates, bars, profiles, pipe products and other components, which are usually made of various aluminium alloys.

Its excellent resistance to corrosion makes aluminium (similar to stainless steel) a popular construction material with a minimal need for maintenance. In addition, aluminium also brings a positive environmental dimension because it is recyclable, which means that it can be used repeatedly without losing its properties. Products made of aluminium (and its alloys) are resistant to moisture, sunlight and corrosion, so they can cope with extreme weather conditions. It is precisely because of these properties that aluminium ranks among the most sought-after materials, especially in the construction industry.

Due to continuous advances in technology and innovations in materials research, aluminium is expected to have even more new and exciting applications in the future. Current efforts are aimed at improving the thermal efficiency and strength of aluminium alloys, which could pave the way for their wider use in various industries. Companies and researchers are trying to discover new alloying elements that would further improve the properties of aluminium and thus enable the creation of new, better products.

Flexible warehouse

We can deliver the purchased aluminium material to you or prepare it for pickup at our location. If you don’t have warehouse space or it’s insufficient, we can arrange to store the aluminium with us by agreement. You can then gradually retrieve as much material as you currently need.


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