Made in Australia larson® panels become a reality

The effort and hard work of all the human team of ALUCOIL Australia has been fruitful this week, producing the first high quality made in Australia larson® aluminium composite panels for building & construction sectors.
These larson® panels are not only the first composite panels produced by Alucoil Australia, but also the first aluminium composite panels produced in Oceania, which makes ALUCOIL the first composite panel on this continent and a worldwide referent on the sector.
ALUCOIL Australia has a modern factory placed at Campbellfield – Melbourne (Victoria State) and aims to dominate a big part of the Asia-Pacific market basing our strategy in offering to our customers and architects a high quality in all its range of products, very short delivery times and a close and personal technical and commercial service.
Technical support from ALUCOIL engineers moved from ALUCOIL headquarters in Miranda de Ebro (Spain), as well as the effort and eagerness of all ALUCOIL Australia team has been the key for the fast building of the new factory and start up of the production line both for FR and PE cores.
Oceania becomes this way the 4th continent where ALUCOIL owns larson® production lines and fulfils VISION V expansion plan, selling already in more than 60 countries of the 5 continents.

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ALIBERICO shares its experience in ALUCOIL North America

A business roundtable was held today at the headquarters of the CEOE led by the Central South Carolina Alliance in collaboration with ICEX, the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, the US Commercial Service, and the CEOE.
The President of ALIBERICO, Clemente González Soler, shared his experience following the establishment ofALUCOIL over 3 years ago in Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina.  He emphasized in his presentation the ease and up-close support received over the years from the Government South Carolina and said that this was key in the decision making process for the location of ALUCOIL in the United States.
A significant number of members of the Central SC Alliance travelled from the USA and Germany to Madrid to transmit the most significant aspects of potential investments in the State, including its president, Michael Briggs who was also one of the speakers at the event. Other speakers included Elvira Sanz, the President of the CEOE R&D Commission and President of the Spanish Pharmaceutical Association, and the Counselor for Commercial Affairs at the U.S. Embassy, Robert Jones.
ALUCOIL was established over 3 years ago in South Carolina and since then, has leveraged proprietary technologies and the efforts of its’ team to become a model reference as a manufacturer of aluminum composite panels for the architectural market in North America.