20 April 2001
20 April 2001
Marion Composites has been awarded a $2.5 million follow-on contract by Raytheon Company of El Segundo, California. According to program manager, Roger Bowman, Marion Composites will supply the Enclosures and the Array Panels for the Sentinel Program. The systems are to be delivered over the next eighteen months. The award represents a continuing relationship between Raytheon and Marion Composites, which began in 1978 with the Firefinder Program.
ATP’s Marion Composites division also recently received its third multi-year certification to ISO 9001. Marion Composites was initially certified to ISO 9001 by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) on February 23, 1995 and received its second certification on January 28, 1998. ISO 9001 is an internationally accepted quality assurance model made up of 20 sets of quality system requirements. Marion Composites' certificate is valid for the design, manufacture, repair and servicing of radomes and composite structures, shelters and relocatable hospitals for the aerospace, military/defense and commercial markets.
Marion Composites produces a wide variety of aerospace composite structures, shelters, and relocatable hospitals, and is the world's leading manufacturer and designer of radomes for high-performance jet aircraft. Advanced Technical Products, Inc.'s operating divisions include Intellitec, Lincoln Composites, Lunn Industries and Marion Composites.
Renegade Materials recently celebrated General Electric’s first shipment of a GE Passport Engine shipset built with the company’s RM-1100 polyimide high-service temperature composite prepregs.
New Zealand company Revolution Fibres is tripling nanofibre production to meet increased international demand from a range of industries, from cosmetics manufacturers through to Formula One teams.
US company Web Industries has opened its first European sales office in Hamburg, Germany.