PUBLISHED: 7/6/2018

MHI Vestas 9.5 MW offshore wind turbine receives final certification

The world’s most powerful commercially available wind turbine receives S class type certificate, clearing the way for installations to begin in late 2019.

PUBLISHED: 7/6/2018

People on the Move: July 2018

CW’s monthly roundup of people on the move in the composites industry.

PUBLISHED: 7/6/2018

BASF expands 3D printing operations with two manufacturer acquisitions

The company is integrating Advanc3D Materials GmbH and Setup Performance SAS into its subsidiary BASF 3D Printing Solutions GmbH.

PUBLISHED: 7/5/2018

Boeing and Embraer to enter strategic partnership

Boeing and Embraer have signed an agreement to establish a joint venture that positions both companies to accelerate growth in global aerospace markets.

PUBLISHED: 7/5/2018

Airborne Oil & Gas begins TCP Riser qualification program in South America

The thermoplastic composite pipe riser qualification program aims to provide a disruptive new riser pipe technology for operators with international deepwater applications.

PUBLISHED: 7/5/2018

World of Composites pavilion to launch at Techtextil India 2019

World of Composites 2019 to promote fiber-reinforced polymers (FRP) at Techtextil India international textiles and nonwovens trade fair.

PUBLISHED: 7/5/2018

Scott Bader renews DNV.GL approval for Crestafix 621CC products

The Crestafix 621CC range of products has been granted Grade 2 sandwich approval, meaning they can be used in all marine vessels classed by DNV.GL.

PUBLISHED: 7/5/2018

Scm Group, Cms recognized for Emilia 4 solar car contributions

The Italian Emilia 4 team was greeted on June 30 by the Italian Consulate in Chicago, IL, US as they prepare to represent Europe in the American Solar Challenge.

PUBLISHED: 7/3/2018

Facebook ceases Aquila drone development

The company puts an end to its carbon-fiber WiFi drone program, opting instead to partner with aviation companies also working to develop the technology.

PUBLISHED: 7/2/2018

Owens Corning partners with CPIC to support growing wind energy demand

The two companies announced a joint investment in a new facility dedicated to the manufacture of high-modulus glass fiber products in China.

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