Alu-Pro: raising the prices of aluminum spacer bars for insulating glass units

Alu-Pro, a global leader in the production of aluminum spacer bars for insulating glass units, plans to increase the prices for its entire product range throughout the international markets.

This price increase is a result of the continually rising cost of the raw material on the London Metal Exchange (LME), the global metal trading center. Another factor contributing to the price rise is pressure from lamination prices and the significant growth in energy and shipping costs. The price hikes, which may be as much as 15%, will take effect in March 2011.

The Alu-Pro plants operating in Italy, Denmark, Poland and Russia produce almost 400 million linear meters of aluminum decorative and spacer bars for insulating glass units, placing the company among the top producers worldwide.

Alu-Pro, together with Fenzi and Rolltech, is an active member of the Glass Alliance network, an international organization that distributes and markets worldwide everything necessary for the industrial production of insulating glass units.


Via A. Einstein, 8 30030 Noale (VE) – Italy Ph: +39-041 5897311

Press Office Francesca Solera

Il Filo Rosso Solera & associati Via Panfilo Castaldi, 33 20124 Milano - Italy Ph. +39 02 29523341

600450 Alu-Pro: raising the prices of aluminum spacer bars for insulating glass units
Date: 2 February 2011
Source: Il Filo Rosso Solera & associati

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