24 April 2018
24 April 2018
Total Composite Solutions (TCS) is now offering a highly customised service for both interior and exterior surface applications.
Working alongside clients and partners from design to end product, TCS strives to find unique solutions for the entire project delivery and supply chain.
“TCS is engaged in a number of high-end bespoke projects, adding real value to our clients,” states Michael Stevenson, Commercial Director. “Our team of experts can manage the whole process, taking a customer concept right through to the highest quality finished part manufacture.”
“As a leading manufacturer of composite parts, we have been really impressed with the unique nature of the material provided by TCS and the resulting clarity of the resin,” reports Paul Field, Managing Director of Crosby Composites. “As well as being ideal for bespoke projects, the team at TCS deliver a fantastic service.”
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