Alumeco

Alumeco Entrance in Odense, Denmark

ca. 40,000 m2 area comprising offices, high racks, stocks and production buildings.

Alumeco – A World of Metals

Alumeco is an international trading company founded in 1983 with headquarters in Odense, Denmark. Alumeco provides solutions in aluminium, stainless steel, copper, bronze and brass for the metal-consuming industries. As a global supplier and partner, we have a far-reaching, international contact network as well as numerous subsidiaries in Europe, North America and China.

Via extensive investments in the company's physical framework and modern machinery, Alumeco has at its disposal one of the largest stocks of aluminium in Northern Europe, its own coil centre, as well as two fully automatic high rack systems. All these initiatives combined make it possible for us to meet our customers’ requirements and adapt to market developments, and by doing so we always guarantee the best possible service.

Our special skills and knowledge come from more than 30 years of experience. Thanks to our dedicated and capable staff, we are characterised by competent guidance and extensive in-house knowledge of metals. Each and every day, we work hard to realise and develop solutions that focus on the customer's specific requirements.

Our vision is: ”TO BE NUMBER 1 – By creating competitiveness for our partners”. With this, we take on the obligation to continuously increase our efforts in the area of quality, e.g. by investing in high rack systems, new saws, IT smart solutions, as well as staff training. All our endeavours aim to ensure that our customers and suppliers always enjoy good cooperation with Alumeco.

 

Overview of our subsidiaries

 

Alumeco in figures:

   
Founded: 1983
 Number of employees, Odense: 266
 Number of employees, Group: 983
 Headquarters:   Odense, Danmark
 Certification:

ISO 9001

ISO 14001

 Company registration: 1985 1974
 Member of: Aluminium Danmark| Eksportforeningen

Alumeco through the years... in pictures

  • Alumeco 1983 - 1990
  • Alumeco 1990 - 1997
  • Alumeco Now