Arconic Extrusions Hannover GmbH was founded in 1935. The site has several aluminum extrusions presses and produces bars, profiles and tubes for aerospace, automotive and industrial product applications from high-strength aluminum and aluminum-lithium alloys. The location employs approximately 170 people.
Made in Germany
Arconic Extrusions Hannover GmbH is specialized in the production of commercial aircraft wing stringers and aircraft seat tracks, extrusions for automotive anti-lock braking system housings and asymmetric hollow shapes from high-strength alloys.
Commitment to the local community
With its Arconic Hannover facility and several other Arconic businesses supplying the German market, Arconic is advancing the ground transportation, aerospace, packaging, industrial and building and construction markets, while receiving recognition for its significant contribution and support of local communities. The Hannover location has established a long-standing relationship with Leibniz University Hannover, which provides students with internships and the opportunity to work on their bachelor’s or master’s thesis. This strong cooperation provides Arconic Extrusions Hannover GmbH with an ideal external testing and research partner and serves as a talent pool for its workforce.
As a global company with operations in diverse cultural, political and economic environments, Arconic is committed to conducting business in the most responsible and ethical way. We live our Values and commit to delivering sustainable value to our customers, our employees, our communities and our shareholders.
At its German operations, Arconic is highly engaged in supporting strategic local non-profit partners through the Arconic Foundation. We help support underserved and historically underrepresented groups, provide education and training of individuals for manufacturing careers, support local initiatives that address unique community needs, and enable further development of STEM activities in the region. In 2020, Arconic Foundation invested approximately $100,000 in support of these types of initiatives in Germany.