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Composite industry news, September 2017

Germany-based Bond-Laminates GmbH, which makes customized fiber composites, reports that it was founded 20 years ago.

Nonwovens organization EDANA has named the 15 students and researchers selected for the 2017 EDANA Nonwovens R&D Student Grant.

Kaman Corp reports that Richard R Barnhart, has been selected to lead the company’s aerospace segment, succeeding Gregory L Steiner.

The National Composites Centre in the UK has launched a composites technician apprenticeship.

Composites UK plans to launch a new sub group focusing on sustainability.

The aerospace composites market size could surpass US€5 billion by 2024, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights (GMI).

Altair has acquired Componeering Inc, a Finland-based company which specializes in structural analysis and design of composite structures.

Dave Hummel has retired as CEO of polyaryletherketone (PAEK) composite manufacturer Victrex after 24 years as CEO.

AOC has announced a price increase in the amount of €100 per metric ton for all products sold in Europe.

After postponing the show due to Hurricane Irma, the organizers of CAMX 2017 have announced new 2017 dates.

SGL Group reports that its sales from continuing operations was €435.3 million for the first half year, an increase of 15%.

SAE International says that a range of multimedia content covering advanced manufacturing is now online.

The Dow Chemical Company and E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company (DuPont) report that they have successfully completed their merger.

Porcher Industries, which makes technical textiles and thermoplastic composites, has completed its acquisition of a new US plant.

Toray reports that it will be establishing a resin compound base in Europe for the first time.

Molded Fiber Glass Companies (MFG) says that it has had 20 years of operation in Gainesville, Texas, USA.

The organizers of CAMX have made the decision to postpone the show, due to the threat posed by Hurricane Irma to the state of Florida and Orlando.

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Spirit AeroSystems says that it has made use of resin transfer molding (RTM) technology to introduce new work at the company's UK facility.

Hyperloop One says that its composite pod has successfully completed its second phase of testing.

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