Rampf Group has officially launched its new core competency, Rampf Composite Solutions following its acquisition of Canadian company APEX Composites.

Rampf says that it now also offers a complete range of composite services including part design and engineering, tool making, tailored fiber placement, composite manufacturing to tight tolerances, and metal-to-composite conversion engineering.

‘Rampf Composite Solutions enters the global composites market as a holistic supplier to companies in the aerospace and medical industries,’ said Michael Rampf, CEO of Rampf Holding. ‘It provides state-of-the-art solutions in advanced carbon fiber and fiberglass composites, using the latest technologies.’

Core competencies include vacuum assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM), resin infusion, metal plating, and value-added assembly.

The company says that the decision to expand Rampf existing range of products and solutions to include lightweight composites is based on an existing business development plan and merger and acquisition process.

‘Lightweight composites is the business field with the greatest potential for Rampf,’ said Michael Rampf.

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