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Composite Cooling Solutions Disclose Cooling Tower Partnership

09 September 2004

Creative Pultrusions, Inc. (CPI) and Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC) have partnered with Composite Cooling Solutions to produce a combination of capabilities and expertise in the cooling tower industry.

Composite Cooling Solutions (CCS, L.P.) is a limited partnership company headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas . CCS, L.P. was formed by a group of industry cooling tower experts, investors and partners to revolutionize the design and construction of field-erected cooling towers.

Using the experience and expertise of the partners, CCS, L.P. operates worldwide as a design/engineer and construction contractor for custom built pultruded composite cooling towers. CCS, L.P. also introduced the composite building system known as Phoenix, utilising the latest construction technology, manufacturing methods and composite material. The pultruded profiles have been optimized for the most efficient system available in the industry.

Creative Pultrusions, a world player in FRP will exclusively market CCS, L.P. towers worldwide.





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