The leading supplier of aluminium coil for canmaking in Europe, Alcan Engineered Products, has changed its name to Constellium.

The move follows its acquisition in January by US fund Apollo Global Management and the French Fonds Stratégique d’Investissement (FSI), which now own 51 and 10 percent of Constellium respectively. Mining giant Rio Tinto has retained a 39 percent stake in the company.

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