GOODWIN EXIM COMPANY delivers to the Ukrainian market primary aluminum alloys produced by ALCOA (USA) – the world leader in the production of aluminum alloys. ALCOA plants are located in Norway, Spain, Iceland, the USA and other countries.
In coordination with the customer, GOODWIN EXIM COMPANY also supplies primary and secondary aluminum alloys produced by the EU and RUSAL.
The use of ALCOA primary aluminum alloys is based on their unique properties – low density, corrosion resistance, strength, high electrical conductivity, high thermal conductivity.
Aluminum alloys are easy to process by forging, stamping, rolling, drawing, pressing.
The primary aluminum alloys produced by ALCOA (USA) and supplied by the company GOODWIN EXIM COMPANY have found wide application in various industries (aerospace, transport, automotive, construction, packaging, medicine and many others) because of their unique properties. ALCOA is the world leader in the supply of aluminum products for the production of aircraft.
Over 90% of all aluminum alloys in the aerospace industry were developed by ALCOA.
Ford, in close cooperation with ALCOA, has developed and presented at the Detroit Auto Show a new generation of its F-150 pickup truck. This is the first car in its class with a fully aluminum body.
Ford F-150 is the best-selling car in the USA for the last 32 years.
Building structures from ALCOA aluminum alloys have the same characteristics as steel ones!
But they are much lighter than steel ones, so they reduce the force in the elements of large-span structures and structures that are subjected to seismic action. Aluminum structures are used for the installation of roof panels, for the installation of window binders, stained-glass windows, various architectural details and elements, for construction in remote and hard-to-reach places, and for erecting structures that work in an aggressive environment.
Aluminum is one of the most high-demand metals, and it has long ago left steel, nickel, copper and zinc far behind with a large margin of growth in consumption.