Visite guidée de l'usine Altéo

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Partez à la découverte de cette industrie Made in Gardanne ...
Créée il y a 120 ans, l’usine de Gardanne est le siège historique de la production d’alumine dans le monde. Les alumines de spécialité font partie de notre quotidien puisque nous les trouvons dans de nombreux pro-duits : carrelage, papier de verre, matériaux anti-feu, écrans LCD de téléviseurs & smartphones…Avec une forte culture de l’innovation, Alteo ne cesse de développer des alumines de haute technicité pour les pro-duits d’avenir comme, par exemple, les batteries lithium-ion de voitures électriques.
Cette visite guidée vous fera découvrir l’histoire de cette industrie ancrée à la ville de Gardanne. Elle vous expliquera également les procédés de production d’alumine, ainsi que l’utilisation de ce produit dans la vie de tous les jours.

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Usine Altéo de Gardanne

Gardanne

Information provided by OT Gardanne

  • Organiser

    Office de Tourisme de Gardanne
  • Transport means

    By coach

  • Duration

    1 to 2hrs

  • Level

    All Levels

  • Guide

    Guide

  • Tour language

    French

  • Phone

    • 04 42 51 02 73
  • Fax

    09 82 58 02 73

  • Website

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