LINKIN is a leading provider of innovative aluminium solutions for the transportation industry, catering to a wide range of sectors including bicycles, buses, trailers, and trucks. With our deep understanding of transportation needs and our commitment to quality and performance, we deliver solutions that contribute to the efficiency, safety, and sustainability of various modes of transportation.

Elevating Transportation: aluminium and polymers

In the realm of transportation, aluminium and PVC profiles stand as symbols of sophistication and progress. Aluminum's strength and lightweight properties redefine vehicle construction, ensuring both durability and efficiency in buses, trucks, and trains. From sleek exteriors to ergonomic interiors, aluminium profiles offer a seamless blend of aesthetics and functionality, elevating the passenger experience. Complementing aluminium, PVC profiles provide essential insulation and durability, enhancing door and window frames while seamlessly managing cables and conduits. Together, these materials epitomize excellence in transportation design, promising journeys that transcend mere utility, embodying elegance and innovation at every turn.

  • Bicycle rims
  • Exterior Components
  • Trailers
  • Parts for Doors and Windows
  • Interior Fittings
  • Electrical and Mechanical Components
  • Road signs

Aluminium and Polymers: Transforming Transportation

Aluminium and polymers revolutionize transportation with their strength, efficiency, and sustainability. Annually, over 24 million metric tons of aluminium are used globally, with the automotive sector driving 90% of demand. Aluminum's high strength-to-weight ratio enables significant weight reduction, improving fuel efficiency by an estimated 7% for every 10% reduction in vehicle weight. Meanwhile, the polymer market in transportation is projected to reach $102.5 billion by 2026, offering versatility and durability. Polymers reduce CO2 emissions by up to 25% compared to traditional materials, with enhanced durability cutting maintenance costs. These materials drive efficiency and sustainability, shaping the future of transportation.