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CAMX 2018 preview: Mafic

Appears in Print as: 'Basalt fiber and parts made of basalt materials'


Mafic USA (Shelby, NC, US; Kells, Ireland) is featuring its basalt fiber and strong, lightweight parts made of basalt materials.
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Mafic USA (Shelby, NC, US; Kells, Ireland) is featuring its basalt fiber and strong, lightweight parts made of basalt materials. The company’s basalt materials are used in a variety of industries including automotive, construction, insulative, sporting goods and more. Mafic is also scheduled to open its US facility in Shelby, North Carolina in late 2018. Booth L54.

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