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Composite Integration Expand

31 July 2012

Composite Integration have moved to a new purpose-built facility in Saltash, UK, providing 9000ft² of workshop and office space enabling expansion of their production of RTM, vacuum and Infusion equipment as well as including improved mould-building, training and R&D facilities.

Composites Integration explains that the opening event was attended by local business leaders and a wide range of people from across the industry. The building was declared officially open by John Crossland, Independent Consultant, who has been a good friend and technical support to the directors for over twenty-five years.

According to Composite Integration, a particular welcome was given to Peter Chivers, Chief Executive, National Composite Centre (NCC), who was able to announce that Composite Integration is to become an Associate Member of the NCC.

Anyone wishing to contact or visit the company should note the new address:

Composite Integration Ltd
Unit 1 Burraton Road
Saltash Parkway Industrial Estate
Saltash
Cornwall
PL12 6AY
tl. +44 (0) 1752 849998
fx. +44 (0) 1752 846414
info@composite-integration.co.uk
www.composite-integration.co.uk





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