The mapping of the aluminium processing industry commissioned by AluQuébec illustrates this industry's dynamic presence in several markets across the province of Québec. Aluminium is central to the activities of +1400 manufacturers and suppliers who either process it or use it in their products to take advantage of its incomparable properties.
Québec service providers
- 9 aluminium smelters
- +1400 processing companies
- 923 OEMs
- 684 suppliers
- 76 equipment suppliers
- 132 recyclers
- 8 centres of research, development and training
Are you looking for a supplier of processed aluminium or an equipment supplier specialized in aluminium production or processing? What about a research or training centre that can develop innovative solutions or train your staff in the use of aluminium? Or an aluminium distributor or recycler?
Thanks to its mapping exercise, AluQuébec can direct you to a company that can meet your specific needs. Contact us: We'll consult our database using your criteria to identify the company best suited to provide assistance.
A wide-ranging cluster
The mapping exercise commissioned by AluQuébec from the Trans-Al Network clearly depicts the Québec aluminium processing industry, showing that suppliers and users of aluminium operate across the entire province. This map also illustrates the concentration of major OEMs in Greater Montréal.
Geographical distribution of the 1409 processing companies inventoried by AluQuébec's mapping of the Québec aluminium processing industry.
With numerous aluminium smelters operating in Québec since 1901, the province has developed an industry that specializes in producing equipment specifically for primary aluminium production and processing. AluQuébec's map includes 76 such equipment suppliers, 46 of which are located in the Saguenay–Lac-St-Jean region. Their expertise is recognized around the world.
- Equipment suppliers active in primary aluminium production: 53
- Equipment suppliers active in aluminium processing: 43
The companies inventoried in AluQuébec's map are active in six major markets, primary and semi-finished products, and recycling. Equipment suppliers make up the last segment in the chart.
The biggest aluminium markets are construction, equipment and machinery, and transportation.
Areas in which the 1409 companies inventoried by AluQuébec's aluminium processing industry map are active.
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These markets are divided, in turn, into 33 sub-markets representing a total of 335 products that are manufactured, either in whole or in part, out of aluminium.
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Contact AluQuébec to find out which businesses in the Québec Aluminium Industrial Cluster can supply the specific product you’re looking for.