Business

Morgan Advanced Materials appoints new CEO

Pete Raby is the new Chief Executive Officer at global materials technology specialist Morgan Advanced Materials.

Quickstep sales increase 229% to $39.5 million

Advanced manufacturing company Quickstep Holdings Limited reported a 229% increase in sales to $39.5 million, up from $12 million in FY2014.

Une initiative pour sensibiliser les jeunes aux formations de la plasturgie et des composites

Destination Plasturgie va sillonner la France pour présenter les métiers et les formations de la plasturgie et des composites tournées vers l’éco-conception et le recyclage.

Kaman awarded a five-year contract extension for the G280 Gulfstream program

The company announces that its UK operation secured a five-year contract extension on the Gulfstream G280 program for the supply of ailerons and winglets to Triumph Aerostructures.

Prodrive Composites secures £6M investment

The company has secured a £6m growth capital investment from BGF (Business Growth Fund). The Milton-Keynes based business, has seen significant growth in the past two years with new contracts in the automotive and aerospace sectors.

A golf driver reinforced with TeXtreme spread tows

Through a relationship with CASIS (Center for Advancement of Science in Space), Cobra Puma Golf continue to push the boundaries in golf by presenting their driver reinforced by TeXtreme, Cobra King Ltd.

Launch of the gel coat Armorflex 99F for the European marine composites markets

Polynt Composites announces the launch of their latest Gel Coat Armorflex 99F for the European Marine and high performance composites markets.

PlastiComp expands hybrid long glass+carbon fiber thermoplastic composite materials line

PlastiComp, Inc., a leader in long fiber thermoplastic (LFT) materials and technologies, announced that it has commercialized its innovative Complēt Hybrid long glass+carbon fiber composites in two additional thermoplastic polymer matrices.

JRTL helps devise a solution for tool repair

Specialist UK supplier JR Technologies Limited (JRTL) has helped develop an innovative solution to the repair of tools needed to make the Airbus A350XWB-1000 rear wing spar sections, manufactured by GKN Aerospace.