Comital specialises in the production of cold rolled aluminium foil, producing a complete range of rolled thin aluminium foil designed for a wide range of technical applications in the food, pharmaceutical, construction and electronics sectors.
Thanks to over 50 years of experience and large-scale investment in the continued innovation of its plants and in R&D, Comital has reached high technological standards that place it among the leading specialised manufacturers of extra thin aluminium foil.
With its facilities in Volpiano (Turin, Italy) and in Skultuna (Sweden), Comital offers a wide spectrum of rolled aluminium which meets its customers' different, specific requirements (customers which include important national and international groups), with high levels of quality in all aspects of the production cycle and with high supply flexibility.
Comital Alluminio's plants, both in Volpiano and Sweden, operate in line with a rigorous environmental policy, with production processes that are completely in keeping with criteria for sustainable development. With over 50 years of history and continuous investment in technological innovation, Comital produces foil down to 6 microns in width, perfectly maintaining its geometric and surface characteristics, designed for such sectors as flexible packaging for solid and liquid foods, blister packs for pharmaceutical products and many other technical applications. Its production covers a rolled aluminium range with thicknesses from 6 to 50 microns using different alloys (1200, 8006, 8079) up to a maximum width of 1640mm.
Volpiano, Turin - Italy
Comital Alluminio's plant in Volpiano, just outside Turin - with its over 85,000 square metres of surface area, 23,000 of which are under cover - is one of the biggest industrial entities in the Italian cold rolled aluminium sector.
Skultuna - Sweden
The Skultuna rolled aluminium plant is located 120 km west of Stockholm, Sweden. It has been part of the Comital Group since 2004 and it provides the Comital Group with an excellent logistical service for its North European and Russian markets.