15 July 2014
15 July 2014
VELOX, distributor of composites materials in Europe has the pleasure to announce their new partnership with Composites Evolution. Leader in the marketing and supply of raw material specialities for the plastics, composites, rubber, paints and coatings industries, VELOX will supply this new product range in France, UK and Italy starting July 2014.
This partnership allows Composites Evolution to make the most of VELOX comprehensive sales network, introducing the natural reinforcements in the European composites industry.
VELOX represents the Biotex product range from Composites Evolution. Biotex products are a range of high-performance natural reinforcement yarns, fabrics (woven and non-crimp) and preconsolidated sheets suitable for fibre-reinforced plastic composite applications.
“We look forward to cooperating with Composites Evolution and are excited to add their natural fibres based products to our product portfolio for the Composites market. It is a complementary fit to our current product range, as we can offer sustainable natural solutions to our customers”, says Serge Gradys, Business Manager Composites at VELOX.
Composites Evolution’s Biotex reinforcement range is designed expressly for composite processes, and is used to enhance aesthetics and reduce the weight of automotive, construction, marine, sports and consumer goods.
“As part of our on-going global distribution strategy, VELOX were the clear choice to help seize the opportunity and expand our market for our Biotex range of natural fibres in the French, Italian and UK territories. Their team will mean that our new clients will get first class support when developing composite solutions with our bio-derived products. We are very much looking forward to developing the relationship with the VELOX team as part of our increasing global sales network.” says Gordon Bishop, Managing Director of Composites Evolution Limited.
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