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Diab Signs Contracts with European Yacht Builders

12 December 2017

Diab reports that it has secured long-term agreements for its Divinycell core materials with three major European luxury boat builders.

The company says its complete structural core offering combined with its capabilities in finishing, processing, engineering and tailor-made kits will provide the basis for the agreement over the coming years.

"Our cooperation as a core composite solutions provider enables a strong working partnership with our customers, together with strong service needs in both technical cooperation and commercial support," says Javier Martinez - VP Diab Sales Europe. "The company´s strength and flexibility will help us to meet market needs and continue our leader status in marine in Europe."






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