TriAlCo and Fehrmann partner to produce AlMgty aluminium alloy in North America

MaterialsNews
January 4, 2024

January 4, 2024

Henning Fehrmann, CEO and chairman of Fehrmann (left) and Jay Armstrong, president of TriAlCo, have signed a Know-how and License Agreement between the two companies (Courtesy Fehrmann)
Henning Fehrmann, CEO and chairman of Fehrmann (left) and Jay Armstrong, president of TriAlCo, have signed a Know-how and License Agreement between the two companies (Courtesy Fehrmann)

TriAlCo, a leading North American aluminium manufacturer based in Chicago Heights, Illinois, USA, and aluminium alloy developer Fehrmann, headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, have entered into a partnership following the signing of a Know-how and License Agreement.

Under the agreement, TriAlCo is now licensed to market and produce Fehrmann’s AlMgty aluminium alloy. AlMgty is noted for its strength and elongation performance. It is corrosion-resistant, can be anodised in various colours and can reduce weight by 20-30% without sacrificing strength, making it well-suited to industries looking for lighter and more efficient materials.

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“AlMgty is not just a product,” stated Jay Armstrong. “It’s a catalyst for change in the aluminium industry. Its unique blend of strength and ductility, sustainability, and efficiency sets a new standard for what our clients can expect.”

Henning Fehrmann added, “Our collaboration with TriAlCo is a testament to our commitment to innovation and sustainability. AlMgty is the result of years of research and development, and we’re excited to see its impact across North America. It is a milestone for our internationalisation.”

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