10 July 2018
10 July 2018
Composites Evolution has now completed the final stage of its move to a new prepreg manufacturing facility in Chesterfield, UK, officially marking the start of the next chapter in the company's journey as a supplier of innovative composite materials.
“This exciting development of our business concludes several years of investment in product development and commercialisation. Our production launch products include the Evopreg range of epoxy prepregs for both components and tooling, as well as the ground-breaking PFA-based Evopreg-PFC prepregs that provide exceptional fire performance. All of these products have been developed by our in-house team for aerospace, automotive, mass transport, construction and motorsport applications,” explains Dr. Brendon Weager, Technical Director.
“We are looking forward to welcoming our customers and supply partners to our new factory to discuss how we can work together to move their projects forward with both our pilot and large scale production facilities,” adds Gareth Davies, Commercial Manager.
Established in 2009, Composites Evolution Ltd is a team of materials engineers, chemists and composites experts who are passionate about helping companies innovate through the design and production of new composite solutions using the best available materials.
Please call the team on +44 (0)1246 266248 to set up a meeting to discuss the range and supply options available to you and your company.
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