Constellium

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Constellium is the aluminium product manufacturing subsidiary of Alcan Rio Tinto. It was formed in 2011 when Alcan Engineered products was acquired by Apollo (51%) and FSI (10%), leaving Rio Tinto with the remaining 39%. Constellium's business includes Aerospace and defence, transport, packaging, automotive and building applications.[1]


Defence and Aerospace

Constellium lead the European aerospace plate market and are co-leaders worldwide alongside Alcoa,[2] supplying Lockheed Martin with alloys for F-35 JSF (Joint Strike Fighter) jets[3], as well as BAE Systems, Bell Boeing, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, EADS, Dassault and GKN.[4]


Board of Directors as of February 2012

Lobbying firms

Former lobbying firms

Contact

Address:
Constellium Headquarters
Washington Plaza
40-44, rue Washington
75008 Paris
France
Phone: +33 (0)1 73 01 46 00


Resources

Notes

  1. Constellium website Who we are Accessed 20/02/2012
  2. Constellium Aerospace Accessed 20/02/2012
  3. Constellium website Who we are Accessed 20/02/2012
  4. Constellium website, Aerospace Military Aircraft link Accessed 20/02/2012
  5. Constellium website Governance Accessed 20/02/2012
  6. Register for 1st March 2014 - 31st May 2014 APPC, accessed 28 January 2014