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Composite industry news, February 2019

Metyx USA says that it is increasing production of its range of technical textiles in its factory in Gastonia, North Carolina, USA.

Kordsa has signed a definitive agreement to acquire approximately 96% share of Axiom Materials.

Textiles specialist Porcher Industries has appointed Jean-Marc Senecot as its new global head of R&D.

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Thermoplastics specialist RTP has reportedly developed a series of thermoplastic compounds that weigh 5–10% less than typical filled compounds.

Science company Royal DSM, has appointed Patricia Malarkey as new chief innovation officer and member of the executive committee.

Saudi chemicals company Sabic says that it is an exclusive strategic partner for the First International Conference for Talented People with Disabilities.

Agility Fuel Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hexagon Composites, has appointed Seung W Baik as president.

Materials specialist Evonik says that it has completed the conception and basic engineering of its new polyamide 12 (PA12) production complex.

Surface testing specialist Krüss Scientific Instruments has become a member of the Institute of Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI).

Composites company Diab AB says that it aims for its production facility in Laholm, Sweden will be 100% fossil fuel free by 2019.

Gurit has reported preliminary and unaudited net sales of CHF425.3 million for 2018.

Australian carbon fiber manufacturer Quickstep Holdings Limited has reported a 3% increase in sales for Q2 2019.

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