CCP Composites

Manufacturer and distributor of gel coats, composites resins and industrial cleaners.

Phone: (816)-391-6000
Toll-Free: (800) 821-3590
Fax: (816)-391-6337

Please visit: CCP Composites

Mailing Address
820 E. 14th Ave.
N. Kansas City, MO 64116 US


Company description

Quality products and superior customer service has made CCP Composites US, a subsidiary of CCP Composites, an international leader in the production and distribution of polyester gel coats, unsaturated polyester and vinyl ester resins. In addition, the CCP Composites US distributor network is North America's largest for composites and cast polymers.

Established from the merger of Cray Valley and Cook Composites & Polymers, CCP Composites is a leader inthe market of thermoset composites. This leadership position is achieved through the group's dual function as a producer of unsaturated polyester resins, gel coats and derivatives, and as a specialized distributor of products and services for the composites industry. 

Present on four continents, the groupprovides its customers with innovative solutions to help them make even lighter, stronger and more sustainable composite materials that createprogress.

  • Matrix resins, thermoplastic
    • Polystyrene
  • Matrix resins, thermoset
    • Vinyl ester
    • Other thermosets
    • Unsaturated polyester
      • Unsaturated polyester, bisphenol A fumerate
      • Unsaturated polyester, DCPD-modified
      • Unsaturated polyester, fire-retardant
      • Unsaturated polyester, isophthalic
      • Unsaturated polyester, low-VOC/no VOC
      • Unsaturated polyester, orthophthalic
      • Unsaturated polyester, terephthalic
  • Gel coats
    • Chemical-/corrosion-resistant
    • Conductive
    • Fire-retardant
    • General-purpose
    • Marine
    • Potable-water grades
  • Casting resins
    • Unsaturated polyester
  • Compounds
    • Bulk molding (BMC)
    • Low-pressure molding
    • Sheet molding (SMC)
    • Solid surface
Design, testing, consulting, other services
  • Education/Training

Deep Links

OptiPlus® Mold-Making System - By combining the best in tooling gel coats, barrier coats, skin laminates and the unique no-shrink OptiPLUS® bulking laminate resin, CCP makes the mold-making process as simple as it gets.

IMEDGE® PCT 600 - In-mold coating and resin systems that redefine how and why you use gel coats, barrier coats, skin coats, and how you build your laminates. IMEDGE® PCT600 provides enhanced resistance to yellowing, chalking, water absorption, blisters and cracking.

IMEDGE® PCT 100 - IMEDGE® PCT100 delivers deep, rich and lasting colors with significantly improved gloss and weathering, while allowing for easier processing and lower emissions (MACT-Compliant).

IMEDGE® Polymer Coating Technologies (PCTs) - Cook Composites and Polymers will change your thinking about marine composites. Our new IMEDGE® Polymer Coating Technologies (PCTs) are revolutionary In-Mold Coatings that leave the limitations of traditional gel coats in your wake.

NuTack Blu-Tackifier - NuTack®-BLU is a reactive tackifier that chemically reacts with resin to create a complete bond, resulting in greater inter-laminar adhesion. NuTack®-BLU doesn't get in the way of the laminate layers, combining to better form the structure of the composite. Avoid choke points and make a stronger inter-laminar bond by using NuTack®-BLU.

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CCP Composites expands capacity in U.K.
£1 million invested in polyester and vinylester resins, gel coats and bonding pastes production.

Polynt/PCCR USA to acquire CCP Composites
Italy-based Polynt Group will, through subsidiary PCCR USA, acquire U.S.-based CCP Composites from TOTAL S.A. in an effort to help Polynt enhance its unsaturated polyester resins business.

AVK preparing to present findings on resins sustainability
AVK, the European Federation of Reinforced Plastics), is working with Ashland, CCP and Reichhold to develop data on the environmental impact of resin matrix systems in composites manufacturing.

CCP updates guides, technical videos, University schedule
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IBEX 2013 Show Review
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Maximum thrills: Minimal tools
Water slide manufacturer’s disastrous fire loss opens door to a closed molding process that reduces the number — and cost — of production molds, promising future gain.

Cast polymer categories
The cast polymer industry is multifaceted. Its many products, however, can be grouped into three general categories, differentiated by the materials and manufacturing methods used to make them.

Cast polymer market: On the upswing
Postrecession, this commodity industry is emerging stronger and going global as competitive pressures encourage innovation.

JEC Europe 2013 review
Snow in Paris slowed traffic to the show floor but did nothing to cool the enthusiasm of composites innovators in a broad range of markets.

SAMPE Europe 2013/JEC Europe 2013 highlights
Held concurrently, these two seminal European composites events weathered a rare Parisian snowstorm to plumb the depth and breadth of the industry.

New blush-resistant gel coat
CCP Composites introduces IMEDGE Fusion gel coat.

CCP Composites restarts large capacity blenders in N. Kansas City
The decision, which affects equipment at CCP's N. Kansas City plant, is a response to recent significant increases in gel coat production.

HPC for Aircraft Interiors Conference review
Colocated with Aircraft Interiors Expo Americas, CompositesWorld’s High-Performance Composites for Aircraft Interiors Conference focused on ways to get more composites inside the aircraft.

IBEX 2012 Review
Under the banner “The Future of Marine Technology,” the 22nd International BoatBuilders’ expo confronts a brave new world.

Cured-in-place pipe: Trenchless trends
A variety of CIPP products are enabling the rehabilitation, rather than excavation and replacement, of underground pipe for wastewater and drinking water.

ACMA COMPOSITES 2013 preview
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