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7/6/2015

Barracuda and Aeris Energia to open new training center

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It will help Aeris workers to improve their capabilities on the vacuum infusion processing as well as testing and developing new products and material specifications.

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Aeris Energia, one of the largest wind blade manufacturers in Brazil and Barracuda Advanced Composites, a Brazil-based structural composite distributor, have partnered together to conitnue to advance composites. The two companies plan to open a Training Center in Fortaleza that will help thousands of Aeris employees and apprentices to develop their composite manufacturing skills.

The capability to design, manufacture and assemble composite materials is vital in the wind energy industry in order optimize the weight and design, which improves efficiency and performance. Brazilian wind market has a steady growth of 10% a year and both Barracuda and Aeris aim to improve skills, training, efficiency and quality for the wind energy infrastructure in the region.

The new training center will help Aeris workers to improve their capabilities on the vacuum infusion processing as well as testing and developing new products and material specifications.

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