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Composite industry news, July 2016

Permali Gloucester invests £1.5 million to reduce carbon emissions

Permali Gloucester Limited has invested over £1.5 million in the company during 2016.

Scott Bader gains ISO 9001:2015 accreditation

Scott Bader-ATC has recently gained ISO 9001:2015 accreditation by the Bureau de normalization du Québec.

UK laminate manufacturer Tufnol Composites has invested more than £35,000 in the testing equipment for its Birmingham manufacturing base.

Chomarat, a producer of engineered textiles and composite reinforcements, is expanding its coatings and films business.

The paper submission deadline for The Fiber Society’s 2016 fall technical conference has been extended to 30 August.

ELG Carbon Fibre Ltd has joined the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI), based in the US.

NetComposites have announced a call for papers Ecocomp, which takes place on 9-10 May 2017 in Coventry, UK.

Broadwater Mouldings Ltd has developed a range of fiber reinforced plastic parts for a radiotherapy systems designed to improve targeting of tumour tissue.

METYX Composites, a division of textiles company Telateks AS, plans to double production facilities at its main manufacturing centre in Manisa, Turkey.

Gilmar Lima, president of ALMACO has left the executive board of MVC, allowing him dedicate more time to ALMACO.

Engineered Composites has celebrated its 30-year anniversary.

The CRTC has been established as a strategic partner for the Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation.

Scigrip, a global supplier of adhesives, has expanded its sales team and appointed Polish distributors Milar Spzoo.

Composites UK, working with the Universities of Nottingham, Manchester and Birmingham, has launched a new report on composites recycling.

Chem-Trend and its parent company Freudenberg Chemical Specialities (FCS) have expanded its facilities outside Munich, Germany.

Solvay and Mubadala Development have created a joint venture to deliver composite materials for Boeing’s new 777X program.

The organizers of Composites Innovation 2016 said that the event was a success, attracting people from across the globe.

Oxford Advanced Surfaces (OAS)has been awarded a £233,000 grant to develop new surface treatments for composites from recycled carbon fiber.

The new Shanghai Disneyland resort will include over 2,300 m2 of fiber reinforced composites material in its Tomorrowland attraction.

SAMPE Europe has revealed the program for the Innovations in Composites event.

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