Aluminum and steel plates made to measure

On our own cut-to-length and slitting lines, we can produce sections of flat sheet metal from aluminium and steel according to your wishes and specifications and to our exacting high quality standards – regardless of the size of the order. We maintain a stock of primarily material from differing alloys in a large variety of colours and thicknesss. For you as customer, this means quick and flexible delivery times.


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Plates in manufacturer quality

Customized dimensions

Aluminum and steel plates according to your individual dimensions.


Pre-material in stock

Pre-material in many different colors, material thicknesses and alloys in stock.



A variety of surfaces possible.


Plates according to your individual requirements

We offer a variety of surfaces for aluminum and steel plates:

  • anodised
  • stove-enamelled
  • powder coated
  • plate rolled blank
  • stucco

SCHÜTTE manufactures at a consistently high-level of quality and gives the best delivery performance.

Moreover, we can apply various types of film to both sides of the flat sheet metal and insert a paper liner between sheet metal to protect the surface of the sheets from damage. Flat sheet metal can be used, for example as primary material in the manufacturing of trims and flashings or as wall cladding and in industrial insulation applications.

Our standard dimensions for plates ex works

Your request is our command. We can supply the following sizes ex-works:

  • Length: up to 6,000 mm
  • Width: up to 1,500 mm
  • Thickness: 0.4 – 2.5 mm aluminium and up to 1.5 mm steel

Flat sheet metal from stock – readily-available and inexpensive

Alongside the bespoke production of flat sheet metal, we also maintain a stock of flat sheet metal in our standard colours.

The aluminium sheet has a thickness of 1 mm and the steel sheet of 0.5 mm. They come as sheets of 3,000 x 1,250 mm (length x width) and their surfaces are covered with a film to protect them for subsequent processing.



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