Communiqués de presse

Quelles sont les nouveautés chez TRIMET ? Vous trouverez ici les derniers communiqués de presse, ainsi que des informations sur les nouvelles évolutions de l’entreprise. 

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Communiqués de presse actuels

Nearly all TRIMET apprenticeship positions filled

17 févr. 2021 | TRIMET Aluminium SE continues to offer apprenticeships at the same scale as in previous years. This year the materials manufacturer is once again offering young people a total of 35 apprenticeships in commercial and technical professions at four production locations across Germany. The majority of positions which start training in late summer have already been filled.


TRIMET favors rapid expansion of renewable energy

16 févr. 2021 | TRIMET is committed to the rapid and increased expansion of power generation from renewable energy sources – for Germany will only remain competitive and viable as an industrial location with products manufactured in a climate-friendly manner. This is why, as a supplier of basic materials, we support the energy transition and provide solutions to key energy supply challenges through innovative processes.


TRIMET supplies new alloy for crash applications

13 janv. 2021 | TRIMET Aluminium SE has developed a new aluminium alloy for crash-relevant components. The wrought alloy trimal®-53 is suitable for structural components with high strength and excellent deformation capacity. The aluminium specialist thus now supplies a material for which there is a growing need, particularly in the vehicle manufacturing sector. The new TRIMET alloy meets every major carmaker’s need for light-metal materials to produce safety-related vehicle components.


New campaign for more safety

7 janv. 2021 | The start of 2021 is all about occupational safety. The new campaign has been rolled out at all TRIMET sites under the slogan “Remember, it’s your life!”. Posters on the plant gates and notices on information monitors in the buildings draw attention to correct conduct in the workplace. “We want to protect our employees from workplace hazards and provide a safe environment. When it comes to everyday hand movements and work tasks, we often become careless. We want to pick up on this idea in the new campaign and make our workforce aware of this,” said Dr. Andreas Lützerath, member of the Executive Board of TRIMET Aluminium SE.