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Creative Composites Installs New Paint Line

11 September 2018

Creative Composites Installs New Paint Line

Creative Composites has installed a new painting facility at its UK site to enable it to achieve a high level of surface finish on composite automotive components such as exterior body panels.

“Creative Composites continues to invest heavily in our factory and facilities," reports Jonathan Holmes, Managing Director at Creative Composites. "This investment allows us to meet customer’s ambitious plans and continuous drive for a Class A surface finish on lightweight composite components. The installation of the new paint facility is a significant development, allowing us to deliver more finished parts to our automotive clients, ultimately saving them time and money.”

Creative Composites collaborates with customers on new applications for composite components. The company is currently located within a purpose-built 140,000 ft2 facility in UK equipped with moulding presses, CNC trimming cells and dedicated assembly areas. The company’s expertise in compression moulding SMC and carbon-fibre SMC serves a variety of industries including automotive, mass transit and off-highway.


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