ACO Production – Quality made by ACO

With 29 production sites in 15 countries on the continents of Europe, America
and Asia, we rigorously implement our criteria for product quality, economic
efficiency and delivery dependability with respect to our clients. Every one of
our factories boasts special materials expertise for the benefit of the whole
ACO Group. 

The continuous state-of-the-art upgrading of our production facilities and
environmental-friendliness is an integral part of our corporate philosophy to
act responsibly as a company and to maintain our global leadership. 

 

 

Polymer concrete: ACO is not only by far the largest producer of polymer concrete, the material paved the way for the success of the company. The first drainage solutions made of polymer concrete were produced back in the 1960s – and are still in use today with no sign of any wear and tear. Polymer concrete products are manufacturerd at 13 ACO Group locations.  

  

 

 

 

Cast iron: We have upgraded the traditional foundries in Kaiserslautern and Aarbergen to create ultra-modern production sites boasting high levels of competitiveness in the international market. The Michelbacher Hütte in Aarbergen is one of the oldest German foundries with a long history stretching back as far as 1652. 

  

 

 

 

Stainless steel: Stainless steel sheets are processed around the world by the ACO Group. High levels of investment ensure that our production sites are always state-of-the-art so that they produce innovative and competitive products.

  

 

 

 

 

Reinforced concrete: We have used reinforced concrete for more than 30 years to make separators, pump shafts and large tanks for underground installation. Together with our separator solutions made of metal and plastic, we are the market leading producer in Europe.

 

 

 

 

 

Plastic: Many ACO products benefit from innovations and further advancements in our plastic processing technologies. We work with a range of polymers such as PVC, polycarbonate, polypropylene and polyethylene, using three different processing technologies: injection moulding, extrusion and rotomoulding.