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c2i Completes Move to New Production Facility

29 July 2014

c2i Completes Move to New Production Facility

c2i completed its move to its new 11,000 m2 production facility in Dunajska Streda, Slovakia, 100 km from Vienna airport.

According to c2i the multi-million Euro investment includes three lay-up clean rooms totaling 1,500 m2 and two cutting and kitting clean-rooms totaling 800 m2 for prepreg and dry fabrics. The facility now has three autoclaves incl. 3 x 6m, four large 5-axis CNC machines incl. 3 x 6 x 1.5m for parts trimming and pattern machining, two 3-axis CNC machines for metal tooling, two large RTM presses incl. a Tartler RTM injection machine and a large paint facility.

The company states the new facility has a capacity of 600 staff over a three shift operation with current staff level being just over 200. As such it has significant production capacities available for further expansion.

c2i is completing its ISO TS 16949 certification at the end of 2014 and EN9100 in the first half of 2015 due to the strong demand for aerospace components.

You can view the company’s new corporate video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuXMRu26aIU#t=111

Photo provided by c2i





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