Advanced Engineering 2018

NetComposites has Moved to Larger Premises

31 January 2009

NetComposites has moved to a new, larger building which now contains both their offices and R&D centre.

The new 7000 sqft building accommodates the recent growth of the company and also allows for continued expansion over the coming years. In parallel with the move, the company has invested in an array of updated facilities and equipment, including a 2.5x1.5m compression press which will primarily be used for development and prototyping of self-reinforced plastic and biocomposite components.

The new facility also allows training sessions and seminars to be delivered on site.

Email addresses are the same but postal address, phone numbers and fax numbers have changed and can be found online at the address below.

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