Shipbuilding Industry


Corrosion Resistant,
Light and Machinable

The use of aluminum in the ship and yacht manufacturing sector is rapidly increasing, with alloys such as 5083 and 5754 standing out for their superior corrosion resistance, excellent machinability, and flawless weldability. Aluminum proves indispensable for shipbuilders seeking modern solutions, seamlessly combining durability and lightness in ship construction with an excellent aesthetic touch.

With our water jet cutting capabilities and the supply of plates, bars, and triclad connection materials, we provide our customers with a comprehensive supply process.


All our products for the shipbuilding sector are certified by Lloyd, RINA, GL, ABS, or DNV, ensuring compliance with industry standards.

Products Used in this Sector

Shipbuilding Marine Sheet

For your shipbuilding projects, we supply certified 5083 H111 and H321 aluminum plates in dimensions of 2000 x 6000 mm. Additionally, we can be your solution partner with 5754 H111 and H114 materials suitable for anodizing for upper decks, stairs, and machinery rooms.


With our 6082 alloy flat bar and round profiles, you will find a combination of excellent resistance to seawater corrosion and machinability.


Confront the harshest marine conditions with Triclad material, which combines the lightweight properties of aluminum, the bonding capacity with steel, and exceptional resistance to corrosion.

Water Jet

The prominent advantage of water jet cutting is the prevention of material deformation and strength loss due to the absence of heat generation. Choose water jet for sharpest results.

Aluminium Tread Plate

For areas prioritizing safety, we recommend 1050 and 5754 alloy 5-bar tread plates. The durability and corrosion resistance of 5754 ensure long-lasting use, while the attractive price-performance ratio of 1050 adds to your advantage.

Areas of Use

Explore the diverse industries utilizing alloyed aluminum, including aviation, automotive, construction, packaging, and beyond.