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Tencate Advanced Composites Changes Name to Toray Advanced Composites

13 March 2019

TenCate Advanced Composites announces that it will change its name to Toray Advanced Composites.

TenCate Performance Composites, a subsidiary of TenCate Advanced Composites, will subsequently change to Toray PMC.

Toray acquired TenCate Advanced Composites in 2018, and has been working in recent months to integrate them into the Toray Group. This name change will continue to demonstrate to customers the alignment with the Toray Group of brands and will be reinforced by a new visual identity.

“We are excited to transition into the Toray family and continue to provide the best value to our customers under our new identity. Toray has a long heritage of product innovation and production excellence that will help reinforce Toray Advanced Composites’ strengths and will enable us to more effectively support our customers in growing markets,” said Keisuke Ishii, Chief Executive Officer of Toray Advanced Composites.

The new names will be officially unveiled at the JEC World 2019 which commences 12 March in Paris, France. The name change will be completed by July 17, 2019.

Visit TenCate Advanced Composites in Hall 5, Stand V40 at JEC World 2019.





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