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Conductive Composites Receives Nickel-Coated Carbon Fibre Order

31 January 2011

Conductive Composites received a new order totaling $2.44 Million which marks the successful expansion into the 5,000 square feet manufacturing plant at its Green River Production Facility.

The Green River Production Facility provides a new site for production scale manufacturing to support the Materials Research & Technology Center and Main Headquarters located in Heber City, UT.

With demand for conductive materials at an all time high for several aerospace and EMI shielding programs, this is a strategic time for us to strengthen our business with this manufacturing capability said Nathan Hansen, President. This order, which will be completed during 2011, will open new opportunities for our products and will continue the advancement of our global leadership role in nickel coating by using chemical vapour deposition technology.""





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