-The world's largest producer of gray and nodular iron castings and also a global leader in production technologies for aluminum cylinder heads and engine components.
-FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) owns 100% of the Company.
-Grey iron cylinder blocks for light vehicles
-Engine blocks and heads for truck engines
-SiMo exhaust manifolds
-Nodular iron crankshafts
-Rear suspension arms
|1917||Through its acquisition of Ferriere Piemontesi, formerly Vandel & C., Industrie Metallurgiche Torino and the Ferriera di Buttigliera Alta (Avigliana), Fiat secured the facilities needed to provide itself with iron and steel and metallurgical products.|
|1960-70's||Fiat hived off its operations into independent companies that also opened their doors to non-Fiat customers.|
|Jan. 1978||The Company was composed of 4 operating divisions entitled Steels, Foundries, Processing and Tools.|
|1982||Finsider Group took over the manufacturing of special steels and long products, the production and cold rolling of stainless steels and the cold rolling of ordinary steels.
Regrouped in 3 divisions: Iron Foundries, Aluminum Foundries and Steel Components.
|2002||Fiat sold the aluminum unit of the Company to U.S.-based Questor Management Company.|
|Mar. 2007||The disposal of Magnesium Business was finalized.|
FCA acquired the remaining 15.2% interest in Teksid from Renault.
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