CO.ME.L. is an acronym for Commercio Metalli Latina (Metal Trading Latina). Since 1968, it is a leading company in trading and processing aluminium semi-finished metals and it has developed a strong expertise in the field of joinery products of aluminium. It has now reached 50 years of activity.
It covers an area of 20000 square meters, 7000 of which are covered. CO.ME.L. employs competent and qualified personnel and has specific equipment and a mechanized system for inventory control and sales.
Its immediate availability of the best systems, in over 20 different shades of paint, including 5 wood effect, a vast range of accessories and trim for building construction, allow us to satisfy any need of numerous customers in a short time.
Considering the technical development of aluminum and application methods, in recent years the company has developed a well-equipped production department: sheet metal processing in various thicknesses and lengths complete with tape cutting, bending and drilling with numerical control; two systems for the coupling of thermal break profiles that allow us to realize profiles in two different colors in short time; realization of automatisms for doors, armored doors and mosquito nets; design and construction of aluminum and aluminum-wood frames of all kinds, with the use of technologically advanced equipment.
The strength of COMEL is given by the synergies and the balance of many elements such as experience, precision, reliability of the service, competence and great consideration of the customer, features that allow it to offer the highest quality at all times.
Aluminium is a chemical element with symbol AL. By mass, aluminium makes up about 8% of the Earth’s crust.
The chief ore of aluminium is bauxite. Aluminium and its alloys are vital in the era of technological development with its immense processing possibilities in the aerospace industry and important in transportation, building industries, in electronics and packaging. It weighs a third of steel and can be forged, molded, laminated to form a thin sheet.
It allows processing that transforms it into products of fine workmanship. Moreover, it does not require special finishes and its surface can be treated with a wide range of coatings, from paint to colored anodizing.
Aluminium is easily recyclable, with an energy cost equal to one twentieth of that necessary for its first fusion. One third of the aluminum consumed today is produced by recycling scrap. Italy, followed by Germany, is the first in Europe and third in the world in terms of production of the recycled aluminum sector, after the United States and Japan.