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Conductive Composites Company has completed milestones to ensure the company has production capacity as well as research and development infrastructure to diversify the business and support customer demand in new markets.
Conductive Composites have relocated their company headquarters to a new 10,000 square foot expanded and refurbished facility that features a 100% larger research and development area and 100% more administrative space. They also explain how they have expanded and tripled production capacity at their plant in Green River, US, including the installation of an additional nickel-coated carbon fibre line. As well as this they have purchased a future production site in Huntington, US, to support capacity expansion in nickel-coated carbon fibres, as well as production expansion in nonwovens and nanostrands.
“We are pleased to announce the most significant production and facility expansion in company history,” said Nathan Hansen, President. “Our new manufacturing, R&D, and administrative improvements support Conductive Composites’ objectives to expand from an R&D focused company developing innovative conductive products to being a premier supplier that can support the widespread integration of our materials. The purchase of additional facilities and equipment is part of the company’s ongoing strategy to meet the demands of rapidly developing market conditions. This reinforces our commitment to meeting customer requirements, and these major milestones enhance that commitment.”
George Hansen, Chief Technology Officer and Company Co-Founder said “The technology that we can incorporate into this new equipment will greatly increase capacity and lead to improvements in product quality. Our customers will enjoy the benefits of a stronger supply chain and materials with better performance characteristics than were previously available.”
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