Composite Integration moves to a new facility

Composite Integration, the Resin Transfer Moulding and Resin Infusion specialist, is delighted to announce its move to a new state of the art facility as a result of its growth over recent years, which has seen the workforce and its capabilities increase. The company moved to the new site in Saltash, UK on August 23rd 2019 with the grand opening planned for later this year.

Having outgrown its old site, the new premises will enable the company to concentrate on becoming more efficient and allow it to see continued growth, particularly in the Aerospace market.

With its old site filled to capacity, the new premises offer a 300% increase in floor space, allowing the company much needed room for expansion to build the larger machines, which they have developed to fulfil the growing demand for large scale infusion for processing aerospace grade materials.

In addition to this, the company will also benefit from a dedicated R&D workshop, which will support its multiple collaborative projects, including work in the Aerospace, Automotive, Marine, Wind and Tidal energy, Sports, Architectural, Rail and Defence sectors.

In recognising the growing need for high quality and practical training, a demonstration and training area has been commissioned to enable in-house training to suit the individual client as well as its own personnel. This is a key strategy to ensure all staff are able to respond to both customer’s needs and continuing developments in composite processing technologies.

Electrical Apprentice, Ben Bradley, explains how he feels the move will contribute to his role at Composite Integration:

“The new building has created better opportunities that will help further develop my skills and my contribution to the company moving forward.”

Company Director, Stephen Leonard-Williams, said:

“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. 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 building includes a dedicated R&D workshop in which we can undertake the highly complex and commercially sensitive project work meeting the increasing demanded by our customers. The quality of our workplace is hugely important to us; it is not only our home but also our ‘shop window’. We have worked hard to provide a comfortable, clean and safe working environment that our entire team can all be proud of.”

Companies: Composite Integration UK

Industries: Aerospace, Automotive and Road Transportation, Defence & Military, Energy, Marine Transportation and Shipbuilding, Railway Vehicles & Infrastructure, Sports, Leisure & Recreation

Terms: Business

This article has been edited by Basalt.Today
This article has been written on JEC Composites Magazine
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