Alcoa Opens New Automotive Center in Detroit; Launches New Automotive Web Site - aftermarketNews

Alcoa Opens New Automotive Center in Detroit; Launches New Automotive Web Site

Alcoa has formally opened its new automotive center in Farmington Hills, Mich. More than 300 design, engineering, sales and marketing specialists began moving into the new 86,000-square-foot office building earlier this year. The new facility joins Alcoa's North American automotive businesses into a single location and consolidates Alcoa offices located in Southfield, Livonia and Allen Park, Mich.

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI — Alcoa has formally opened its new automotive center in Farmington Hills, Mich.

More than 300 design, engineering, sales and marketing specialists began moving into the new 86,000-square-foot office building earlier this year. The new facility joins Alcoa’s North American automotive businesses into a single location and consolidates Alcoa offices located in Southfield, Livonia and Allen Park, Mich.

The center brings together Alcoa’s seven automotive businesses, including Alcoa Fujikura, Advanced Transportation Systems, Automotive Castings, Cast Wheels, Forged Specialty Wheels, Engineered and Mill Products.

Alcoa also announced a number of new automotive applications, including agreements with such well known brands as Ferrari, Ford, Visteon, Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep.

In addition, Alcoa Automotive also launched a new web site www.alcoa.com/lnk/auto. The web site includes product catalog and product information, and offers solutions for Alcoa automotive applications. Other content includes news, customer profiles, market information, and a complete list of Alcoa Automotive contacts.

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