Kaiser Aluminum Corporation (NASDAQ: KALU), along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in the production and distribution of semi-fabricated specialty aluminum mill products both domestically in the United States and on an international scale. The company provides a range of aluminum products—rolled, extruded, and drawn—utilized across aerospace and defense, aluminum packaging for beverages and food, automotive, and general engineering sectors. Within the automotive domain, Kaiser Aluminum offers extrusions that are employed in structural components, crash management systems, anti-lock braking systems, and drawn tubes for drive shafts, with additional fabrication services like sawing and cutting to length. The packaging offerings include both bare and coated 3000- and 5000-series alloy aluminum coil catered to the beverage and food packaging industry. On the general engineering front, the products encompass alloy plate, sheet, rod, bar, tube, wire, and standard extrusion shapes utilized in a plethora of applications such as military vehicles, ordnances, semiconductor manufacturing cells, electronic devices, after-market motor sport parts, tooling plates, machinery and equipment parts, and fastening elements like bolts, screws, nails, and rivets. Additionally, the company provides rerolled, extruded, drawn, and cast billet aluminum products for various industrial applications. Sales operations are carried out directly via sales personnel stationed in the United States, Canada, Western Europe, and China, as well as through independent sales agents across other parts of Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Established in 1946, Kaiser Aluminum Corporation has its headquarters situated in Franklin, Tennessee.