ConMet establishes European headquarters

ConMet establishes European headquarters

The new headquarters in Stuttgart aims to offer lightweight solutions for commercial vehicles.

ConMet, a provider of technologies for commercial trucks and trailers, recently announced the establishment of its European headquarters. According to the press release, this move demonstrates ConMet’s commitment to serving the unique needs of the European market and providing solutions to commercial vehicle original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). 

ConMet Europe is located in Stuttgart, Germany. The local team consists of seasoned professionals with a wealth of industry experience in diverse global markets, ensuring the company’s ability to deliver exceptional service and solutions to European customers, the company said. 

According to the press release, ConMet Europe aims to address the industry’s evolving challenges by providing lightweight solutions without compromising vehicle performance. ConMet Europe offers aluminum wheel end solutions for trucks and trailers, aluminum chassis components and housing products, and weight-optimized iron components. These products cater to a range of vehicle applications, enabling customers to achieve weight savings of up to 100 kilograms on wheel ends and 200 kilograms on chassis components, according to the press release. Such advancements result in optimized fuel efficiency and increased revenue-bearing load capacity. 

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