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Composite industry news, February 2020

Hexcel plans to highlight the growing need the composite industry to support the emerging urban air mobility (UAM) market.

Gurit reports that it will be showcasing its materials for wind energy and composite tooling at JEC World.

Polynt Reichhold Group says that it plans to establish and incorporate its fully owned subsidiary, Polynt Composites Turkey, based in Istanbul.

Montefibre Carbon has received €11.5 million from the Spanish Ministry of Industry to produce PAN precursor for conversion to carbon fiber.

Composites UK has appointed Dr David Bailey as its new CEO.

Gurit has announced its sale of its Gurit Hungary Kft automotive business to Carbopress SpA, an Italian composite parts manufacturer.

Prepreg specialist Composites Evolution has appointed Scott Macdonald as sales manager.

Kordsa subsidiary Axiom Materials has invested in a new 3500 m2 facility to develop ceramic matrix composite materials.

Swiss manufacturer 3A Composites Core Materials has expanded its long-term partnership with Biesterfeld.

The Carbon Disclosure Project has raised Kordsa’s score from C- to B.

BASF has reportedly finalized its acquisition of Solvay’s polyamide (PA 6.6) business for €1.3 billion.

Teijin Limited plans to open a new center in Wuppertal, Germany to develop the company’s automotive composite business.

Domo Chemicals, which makes nylon materials, has appointed Yves Bonte to succeed current CEO Alex Segers.

The organisers of the SIAF and Asiamold fairs have announced that the 2020 events will be postponed until further notice.

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