Our teams

The men and women of Aluminium Dunkerque are essential to the company’s performance and growth.

Proud of and passionate about our trades, we ensure everyone’s success.

Our trades

Our talents

Quality Production Line Manager – Carbon Sector

Dylan and Morgan Robache

Dylan and Morgan Robache are brothers and both work at Aluminium Dunkerque. Their story began in 2021 when the two brothers were recruited by the company as carbon sector apprentices. In terms of their training, they were also in the same class for their professional diploma in quality production line management, which they attended at AFPI Région Dunkerquoise. After graduating with first-class honours, their efforts paid off: Morgan and Dylan have signed permanent contracts with Aluminium Dunkerque.

“It’s a real achievement to see yourself developing professionally with your brother, and in the same company. After two years of work-study course we were recruited at the same time and we’re very proud of each other!”

Ophélie IBANEZ

After two years’ work-study course on a professional qualification in production line management at AFPI Région Dunkerquoise, Ophélie was recruited 2 years ago as a production operator in the capture sector.

“I chose to join Aluminium Dunkerque because of the career opportunities and the good working conditions. On a day-to-day basis, I work independently, so I can always improve. It’s clear that the friendly atmosphere in the team is also a plus!”

Production Operator – Capture Maintenance Sector

Production Manager


After obtaining the French equivalent of the Bac Scientifique in Brussels, Philippe spent over a year in Laos to discover his origins there. Back in France in 2004, Philippe joined Toyota Onnaing as an assembly line operator for the famous Yaris, and was quickly promoted to production Team Leader, a position he held until 2007. Philippe then set up his own textile manufacturing business in Roubaix-Tourcoing. In 2012, the economic downturn forced him to close the business, and Philippe took up the post of production Team Leader at Schaeffler Calais until 2019. In the meantime, he embarked on a VAE (vocational training qualification) that allowed him to obtain his BTS (vocational training certificate) in engineering technical assistance, and in 2020 he was recruited by Aluminium Dunkerque as an electrolysis pilot.

Asked why he chose the job, Philippe answers “It was the job that chose me. Aluminium Dunkerque put its trust in me as a manager and saw in me a managerial potential that proved to myself that I was cut out for it. Human relations, the desire to support and develop my team and to see each member of it fulfilled professionally are my greatest rewards. For me, it’s more than a job, it’s a vocation that supports my beliefs. I believe in the importance of the role I play in the company. In any case, I’m doing my best to make my contribution”