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Ex-Toray executive joins Carbon Conversions

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Keith Graham, previously with Toray Carbon Fibers America, will lead business development at CC


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Carbon Conversions (Lake City, SC, US) announced that Keith Graham has joined the company as Vice President - Business Development. Keith was previously General Manager, Business Development, Sales & Marketing at Toray Carbon Fibers America.

 Carbon Conversions recycles carbon fiber-reinforced parts and the waste streams used to produce those parts. The company incorporates reclaimed carbon fibers in advanced materials that are used to make new, high-performance components. Carbon Conversions' engineers work with manufacturers to integrate materials using reclaimed carbon fiber into their product designs.

 "We are thrilled to have someone with Keith's extensive carbon fiber background join the Carbon Conversions team," said Carbon Conversions CEO Mark Mauhar. "Carbon Conversions is bringing significant technology advances to materials and product lifecycles. Having Keith's expertise and experience will help us as we continue to grow."


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