08 October 2013
08 October 2013
AMT Composites has signed an agreement that gives them the right to distribute TeXtreme in the region.
Andreas Martsman, Vice President of Marketing and Sales of Oxeon, says, “We are very pleased to have AMT Composites committed to distribute our materials and having signed up as an authorised distributor of TeXtreme. We believe that this brings benefits to the customers sourcing materials from AMT Composites, being able to select TeXtreme in the mix of composite reinforcements available.”
AMT Composites was founded 1989 and now have three branches and employs 38 people throughout South Africa. AMT Composites provide technical support and training on composite processing in addition to the distribution of various composite materials.
“We are thrilled to add TeXtreme to our product range, for those customers looking for weight savings and better mechanical properties TeXtreme will provide us an extra edge” says Nigel Fotheringham, General Manager, AMT composites.
TeXtreme Spread Tow carbon reinforcements are a unique kind of composite reinforcement suitable when looking to reduce weight and improve mechanical properties. TeXtreme is successfully used in NASCAR, Formula 1, Americas Cup and advanced aerospace applications as well as sporting good applications such as bicycles, skis and ice hockey sticks.
Photo provided by Oxeon.
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