Locations

With four Plants in Europe and one in Asia, STEP-G is ideally placed to meet customer requirements from all over the world. In addition on time delivery is assured by selecting and using the best strategic location to service each individual customer’s needs.

Germany

Bitterfeld

  • Production of Aluminium Extrusions commenced in 1916
  • Supplies primarily into the automotive and vehicle manufacturing industry also to the electrical and construction industries, as well as the mechanical engineering, shipbuilding industries and distribution sector
  • Many years of experience in the manufacture of highly developed metallurgical products
  • Extrusion of special forging alloys for the most demanding customer requirement
  • Presses: 20MN, 50MN

Germany

Bonn

  • Production of Aluminium Extrusions commenced in 1921
  • Supplies primarily into the rail vehicle industry and the automotive and other vehicle manufacturing industries
  • One of the largest presses in Europe
  • Own foundry with more than 120 different alloys
  • Special patented alloys for "crash applications"
  • One of the most experienced manufacturers of large sections with complex profiles in Europe
  • Presses: 22MN, 43MN, 100MN

Germany

Ladenburg

  • Takeover by STEP-G in 2019
  • Supply of industrial customers and distribution in national territory and overseas
  • Distribution of round bars, square as well as hexagonal bars, tubes, panels, tins in various designs
  • Product range includes 8 different alloys with approx. 3,600 items in stock
  • 5,000m2 of storage space including a cutting centre
  • Machinery for processing the materials on specific customer request
  • Just-in-time and kanban order
  • Purchase of aluminium core scrap

Germany

Hettstedt

  • In operation since 1938
  • Smelting operation partly modernised in 2015
  • Takeover by STEP-G in 2019
  • Manufacture of billets for various applications such as automotive and vehicle construction, aerospace, prosthetics, electrical and construction industry as well as mechanical engineering and shipbuilding
  • Casting with 2xxx, 5xxx, 6xxx and 7xxx alloys with bolt diameter of 203-372 mm
  • Special alloys on request
  • Reuse in the resource cycle from scrap to billets
  • Indirectly gas heated tower-stoves

Germany

Vogt

  • Production of Aluminium Extrusions commenced in 1952
  • Supplies primarily into the automotive and other vehicle manufacturing industries, the construction industry (BUG Aluminium-Systeme) and the mechanical engineering industry
  • Preferred supplier of Europe's largest automotive supply companies
  • Extensive know-how in the field of special forging alloys
  • Ideally located in southern Germany near the Swiss and Austrian border
  • Presses: 20MN, 28MN, 45MN

Belgium

Duffel

  • Production of Aluminium Extrusions commenced in 1946
  • Supplies primarily into the aerospace industry, defence industry, the automotive and other vehicle manufacturing industries
  • One of the most modern manufacturers of premium hard alloys; rods and cast billets produced from medium- and high-strength aluminium alloys for high-end applications
  • High added value: ultrasound testing of castings and billets
  • Facilities for solution heat treatment and artificial ageing, and for reduction of residual stres
  • Presses: 16MN, 50MN

China

Tianjin

  • Production of Aluminium Extrusions commenced in 2000
  • Supplies primarily into the rail vehicle industry and the automotive and other vehicle manufacturing industries
  • Special automated manufacturing know-how for 7000 series alloys
  • Extensive know-how in the manufacture of safety parts and crash components
  • Strategically well-positioned at one of China's largest export ports
  • Presses: 28MN, 55MN
 
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