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Exel Composites

  • Last modified 2 years ago
  • Runcorn, United Kingdom

“Exel Composites is a leading technology company that designs, manufactures and markets composite profiles and tubes for demanding industrial applications.
Exel Composites provides superior customer experience through continuous innovation, world-class operations and long-term partnerships
Specific combinations of fibres and resin systems give the product the unique properties such as strength, stiffness and low weight that can not be achieved with any other material.
Exel Composites utilizes continuous manufacturing technologies; pultrusion, pullwinding, continuous lamination and pre-preg moulding.
Exel Composites has 8 production units in 7 countries: Finland, Germany, England, Austria, Belgium, Australia and China.”

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  • Fairoak Lane Whitehouse
    Runcorn
    Cheshire
    WA7 3DU
    United Kingdom
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Composite Solutions for the Wind Energy Industry

23rd October 2019 0 comments

As the world tries to limit the use of fossil fuel energy, the demand for renewable energy is increasing with wind becoming a heavily relied on resource. To meet the growing demand for wind energy, manufacturers are increasing turbine output and as a result, adapt their blade designs. 


Composites for Car Part Manufacturing

1st October 2019 0 comments

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandated in 2012 that the national automobile fleet should average 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 in order to reduce reliance on fossil fuel and minimise emissions, many other nations have also implemented similar new standards. 


Gearing up for the Fifth Generation

19th September 2019 0 comments

Exel Composites has released an infographic on 5G and infrastructure.


Exel Composites Introduces New Online Service

29th August 2019 0 comments

Exel Composites has introduced a new e-commerce service to its portfolio to provide customers with quick and easy access to a range of its structural composite profiles. 


Exel Composites Invests in New Factory in Austria

18th June 2019 0 comments

Exel Composites has decided to expand its operations in Kapfenberg, Austria, by investing in a new manufacturing facility. Special profiles for example for the electrical and mechanical industries as well as for railway and paper machine industries are manufactured in the Kapfenberg facility.


Exel Composites to Close Its Production Facility in Germany

1st February 2019 0 comments

Exel Composites’ subsidiary Exel has agreed with the local works council, Betriebsrat, to close production in the Voerde manufacturing facility in Germany by 30 April 2019.


Exel Composites Partners with Ziebel on Fibre-Optic Based Oil Well Sensor

Exel Composites Partners with Ziebel on Fibre-Optic Based Oil Well Sensor

31st July 2018 0 comments

Exel Composites company Diversified Structural Composites (DSC) has developed fibre optic-embedded carbon composite rod for Norwegian company Ziebel’s innovative well intervention system.


Exel Composites Supplies Flax Fibre Profiles for Bio-Based Dutch Bridge

Exel Composites Supplies Flax Fibre Profiles for Bio-Based Dutch Bridge

1st May 2018 0 comments

Exel Composites has supplied 6 km of bio-based composite profiles for an innovative bio-based bridge in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, the first viaduct in the world to be renovated using bio-based materials. Exel’s structural profiles, manufactured using flax fibre reinforcement and bio-based resin, were employed to create the bridge’s eye-catching side screens.


Exel Composites Acquires Diversified Structural Composites

24th April 2018 0 comments

Exel Composites has signed an agreement to acquire 100% of the shares in US company Diversified Structural Composites (DSC) from Teijin Carbon America.


Exel Composites and CNIM Collaborate on Glass Fibre Components for Fusion Project

Exel Composites and CNIM Collaborate on Glass Fibre Components for Fusion Project

27th March 2018 0 comments

Exel Composites is collaborating with French industrial contractor CNIM on the manufacture of fibreglass components for the magnet support structure of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), the world’s largest experimental fusion facility.