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Vermont Composites Purchases New Facility

19 November 2004

Vermont Composites completed the purchase of an additional manufacturing facility in Vermont, USA.

The 12 acre building site will become the company’s new headquarters and will provide manufacturing capabilities, supplementing the current facility which designs, develops and fabricates advanced composite structures for commercial and aerospace markets.

Dan Maneely, President of Vermont Composites said, “We are extremely pleased to be able to have such an ideal location. We believe that owning the building will put us in an ideal position to grow Vermont Composite substantially over the next few years.”

Vermont Composites will also continue to manufacture in its existing 45,000 square feet site located approximately 1/4 mile away from the new facility.





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