Aleris Honored by Airbus for Exceptional Performance
Best Performer Award recognizes Aleris for continuous accomplishments in the field of Aerostructures and Materials
Nov 1, 2018
CLEVELAND, Nov. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Aleris had the honor of being acknowledged by Airbus with the prestigious "Industrial Performance" award. The award recognizes Aleris for outstanding performance in the field of Aerostructures and Materials.
With the Best Performer Award, Aleris celebrates recognition for its superior performance in the area of high quality product delivery and for the strong collaborative business partnership it has developed with Airbus.
"We are proud to have received the prestigious Best Performer Award to mark our strategic partnership. This is a great honor and motivation for everybody within Aleris. Our whole team looks forward to future collaboration with Airbus and to further improve our performance in this partnership," said Sean Stack, Chairman and CEO of Aleris.
Aleris supplies plates, sheets and cut shapes made of certified aluminum alloys, which are then used to make components for Airbus. The company is a strategic partner to Airbus and has achieved significant milestones, such as the successful start of wing skins delivery and the ramp-up of Aleris' manufacturing plant in Zhenjiang, China.
Aleris is a privately held, global leader in aluminum rolled products serving diverse industries including aerospace, automotive, building and construction, commercial transportation and industrial manufacturing. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Aleris operates production facilities in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.aleris.com.
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