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6th September 2019 0 comments
Diab announces a five-year core material supply contract with Vestas, one of the world’s leading OEMs for wind turbines.
9th October 2018 0 comments
Core materials manufacturer Diab has set emission reduction targets which have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
2nd October 2018 0 comments
The X-Treme 32, the new all-round racer from G-Force Yachts, was built using Diab’s Divinycell HM core materials and the engineering expertise of Composites Consulting Group (CCG).
4th September 2018 0 comments
Diab’s Divinycell core materials have been used in the construction of Brødrene Aa’s carbon fibre catamaran Rygerdronningen.
21st August 2018 0 comments
Optimised for fishing, the 14 m long vessel Barcoo Drift will be used on the Barcoo River in Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Roger Hill Yacht Design, New Zealand, and built by Julian Griffiths and his team in Noosa Marine, Australia, using sandwich core composite materials from ATL Composites in cooperation with Diab.
20th March 2018 0 comments
Diab’s Divinycell core materials contributed to the JEC Innovation Award-winning Uljanik JSC SIEM Cicero project.
27th February 2018 0 comments
Diab is highlighting its contribution to two projects that have been nominated for this year’s JEC Innovation Awards.
20th February 2018 0 comments
The sister ship of the renowned passenger ferry Vision of the Fjords takes sustainability one step further. A catamaran constructed from carbon fibre composite that runs entirely on batteries, Future of the Fjords will offer sightseeing with a minimum of environmental impact.
6th February 2018 0 comments
Diab has signed an agreement for the supply of hot water and heat with energy company Adven. By switching to biofuel, Diab’s production facility in Laholm, Sweden, will be 100% fossil free by 2019.
30th January 2018 0 comments
Shoppers visiting the newly redeveloped Halls Head Central Shopping Centre will be greeted by a 3.5 m x 2.5 m core composite spiral ribbon representing the logo of one of the centre’s owners.