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Composite industry news, October 2016

Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) has fulfilled the first production orders to customers in the composites, polymers and coatings industries.

Teijin Aramid has received the EcoBalance award for best business practices.

Fibermaq, a Brazilian provider of machinery for composites molding, has supplied three machines to the local Brazil operations of Italian company Polynt.

Sigmatex, an independent converter of carbon fiber, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

DuPont Performance Materials plans to increase the prices for its DuPont Zytel PA 66 and PA 6 polymers and unreinforced injection molding grades.

The UK’s Composites Innovation Cluster (CiC) has announced a final public event on 17 November to celebrate the partners' success.

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Future Materials Group (FMG) has announced the appointment of Mark Neville as a director.

Gamesa has called on the company's shareholders to approve its merger with Siemens's wind power assets.

Composites UK has revealed its shortlist for the 2016 Composites Industry Awards.

Fiberline Composites, based in Denmark, has set up a joint venture (JV) with leading Japanese carbon fiber manufacturer Mitsubishi Rayon.

Xamax Industries has granted an intellectual property license (IPL) for a range of its product to US plastic packaging manufacturer Berry Plastics.

North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT) has developed a patent pending tube winding process to make composite tubes that can be used to make carbon golf shafts.

Hexagon Composites ASA is to acquire xperion Energy & Environment, a manufacturer of Type 4 high pressure cylinders.

Composites One has formed a partnership with Davis Applied Technology College (DATC), a public technical training institution in Utah, USA.

R3 Composites Inc and its wholly owned subsidiary, Carver Non-Woven Technologies LLC, are both in the process of expanding.

Sales in the Brazilian composites industry totaled US$ 335 million in the first half of this year, a 30% drop compared to the same period of 2015.

Toray has reported net sales of 2,104,430 million yen in 2016, compared to 2,010,734 yen in 2015.

Lamborghini and Mitsubishi plan to work together on a project focusing on carbon fiber manufacturing that is more suitable for larger scale production.

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