Saint Jean Industries now provides complete modules, from suspension to braking systems for the automotive, quad and motorcycle markets.
Saint Jean Wheels has developed an exclusive hybrid technology for making aluminum rims lighter without compromising on design or strength.
Saint Jean Industries finds ways to reduce weight and improve efficiency when designing and manufacturing engine parts and sub-assemblies.
Producing technical parts with a wide array of applications, from energy transmission and distribution to special machinery and ropeway drive systems.
At Saint Jean Industries we have primarily focused our expansion efforts on the market for aluminum parts as this metal offers advantages in terms of weight and mechanical properties. Considerable investment in Research and Development has helped continuously push the boundaries of design and manufacturing, resulting in significantly lighter vehicles. By incorporating new technologies, the scope of innovation was widened to include other areas. These are covered by four key concepts.
Saint Jean Industries is a family-owned company that values dynamism and innovation. Since 1962, we have consistently demonstrated our capacity to use innovation to deliver solutions that meet technical and cost specifications. The COBAPRESS process is the best example of this.
Beginning as a foundry, over the years Saint Jean Industries evolved into a forge, a miller and now a turnkey manufacturer. Our Group's transformation is the result of our continuous improvement policy, which is tailored to meet our customers' needs. Today, our expertise as manufacturers and the quality of our components are recognized throughout the world in many different industries: automotive, aeronautics, energy, chemicals, and more.
Saint Jean Industries will be at the international braking show in Dresden from 2 till 4 May.Read more
SJI will be present at the 5th edition which will take place on 22 and 23 March 2017 in Lyon.Read more
Saint Jean Industries is pursuing its strategy of external growth through the acquisition of Aleaciones Ligeras Aplicadas.Read more