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iSpecc Appointed UK Distributor for Pinette P.E.I.

20 March 2018

iSpecc Appointed UK Distributor for Pinette P.E.I.

iSpecc has been appointed UK distributor for Pinette P.E.I., a French manufacturer of press systems.

Pinette P.E.I.'s equipment includes the efficient ECS’PRESS which uses 50% less power, hot drape formers and the patented QSP Quilted Stratum Process, which allows a 1-minute cycle time of net shape composite parts.

iSpecc, a newly formed composites equipment specialist, offers equipment and industrial services to the aerospace, automotive, energy, defence and advanced composites sectors with in-depth knowledge of capital plant.

“Productivity in lightweight product manufacturing either in small series or large volume is a must for our markets," says Jerome Hubert, PEI President and CEO. "Pinette P.E.I. wants to serve the UK market with a partner close to customers. We are proud to sign this agreement with iSpecc.”

“iSpecc look forward to working with Pinette P.E.I., who have significant capabilities to deliver large capital plant solutions with innovation and have demonstrated themselves to be world leaders in their field," comments Nigel Clifford of iSpecc. "The team at Pinette P.E.I. have real expertise and we hope to contribute both technical and commercial success to Pinette P.E.I.”


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