Renegade recognized for supplier innovation
The team at Renegade Materials Corp. (Miamisburg, OH, US) was recognized recently for Supplier Innovation by Meggitt Polymers & Composites Group (Rockmart, GA, US) during its 2017 Global Supplier Conference in Redondo Beach, California. Renegade Materials has been a supplier to Meggitt for nearly 10 years, providing a variety of next-generation prepreg materials for their advanced composite applications.
“We are so proud to accept this honor and appreciate the recognition from Meggitt,” says Laura Gray, general manager at Renegade Materials. “Our team of composite industry experts has innovation and customer service woven into their DNA and this award is truly a reflection of their hard work and dedication.”
Renegade Materials is committed to the development and high-rate production of advanced materials that provide engineered solutions to aerospace composite design, use, and affordability initiatives. Industry-leading polyimide (RM-1100 and AFR-PE-4) and bismaleimide (RM-3002) prepreg systems are qualified to most engine OEM specifications. Their out-of-autoclave cure BMI (RM-3004) offers great performance without the added costs of autoclave processing. All Renegade Materials products are non-MDA and available for export.
Pictured left to right, are Ash Hall, interim CPO Meggitt PLC; Richard Pye, director Strategic Procurement Meggitt Polymers & Composites; Laura Gray and Dr. Robert Gray, Renegade Materials; David Horner, president Meggitt Polymers & Composites; and Amir Allahverdi, group director of operations Meggitt PLC.
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