18 January 2019
18 January 2019
Composite Integration are excited to announce it has appointed TrioBotics Automation Solutions as their official distributor in India with immediate effect.
Based in Kaddapah, India, with close connections with Chennai and Mumbai, Triobotics will enable Composite Integration to cement their already growing presence in India.
TrioBotics are a specialist robotics company, who through their sister company TrioVision, already use Composite Integration Ciject equipment in their RTM and Infusion Tooling facility and have extensive practical experience in ‘closed mould’ RTM and infusion processes.
Kelly Ellis, Business Development Manager, Composite Integration comments, “It is key for our distributors to have a detailed practical understanding of the RTM and Infusion processes. One of the obvious attractions when considering Triobotics is their capabilities in design, analysis, automation and process knowledge. Their sister company Triovision manufacture high quality RTM/Infusion Tooling on a large scale for customers in a wide range of sectors including Rail, Automotive, leisure, Wind Energy and Marine. Triovision also offer a large scale CNC machining facility unique within the Indian composites market. We have been hugely impressed by their technical capabilities and professionalism which we know will help to make our work together a success. Adding Triobotics to our distribution shows our strong commitment to the composites engineering market in India and our dedication to continue to deliver market leading solutions to the composites industry worldwide.’
This news comes at an exciting time for Composite Integration, with several major developments to be announced in 2019.
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