January 30, 2012

Sapa Extrusions launches marketing campaign

Sapa Extrusions North America announced the launch of a new marketing campaign to showcase its advanced technical expertise, resources and customer-focused solutions.

Along with a new ad campaign, in the coming weeks Sapa is going live with a promotional website that illustrates the broad spectrum of services and capabilities behind "Aluminology." The site will expand on Sapa's many capabilities, including design, extrusions, fabrication, finishing and logistics, to highlight the company's technological solutions and customer focus.

As part of the Aluminology campaign, Sapa will announce several new developments in the coming months that demonstrate its technological superiority and advanced capabilities. New applications for key markets and enhanced product performance will be featured.

Sapa Extrusions North America consists of 16 aluminum extrusion plants throughout the U.S. and Canada, boasting the continent's largest plant at its Cressona facility in Pennsylvania.

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