Composite Integration has moved to a new facility site in Saltash, UK.
Composite Integration has moved to a new facility site in Saltash, UK.

Resin transfer molding (RTM) company Composite Integration has moved to a new facility site in Saltash, UK.

According to the company, it has experienced significant growth in its workforce and capabilities over the last few days.

The new site reportedly has a 300% increase in floor space over its previous facility, allowing the company room to build the larger machines it requires to meet growing demand for large scale infusion for processing aerospace grade materials.

It also features a dedicated R&D workshop and a demonstration and training area has been commissioned.

‘Our new facility will give us the opportunity not only to expand our business overall but also to manage projects on a much larger scale,’ said company director, Stephen Leonard-Williams. ‘Over the last few years, we have seen a growing demand for larger-scale manufacturing equipment and we can now accommodate this type of work without compromising other activities.’

The company says that it is carrying out a number of collaborative projects in the aerospace, automotive, marine, wind and tidal energy, sports, architectural, rail and defence sectors.

This story uses material from Composites Integration, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.