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10/27/2014

T.E.A.M. expands preforming capacity

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T.E.A.M., a weaver of 2-D and 3-D fabrics and net shape preforms, has broken ground on an expansion that will effectively double the size of its Rhode Island, USA, manufacturing facilities.

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T.E.A.M. Inc. (Woonsocket, R.I., USA), an weaver of 2-D and 3-D fabrics and net shape preforms primarily for composites applications, announced on Oct. 9 that it has broken ground on an expansion of its manufacturing facility in Woonsocket.

“This expansion will effectively double the size of our Woonsocket facility, allowing us to better meet the growing needs of current programs while also giving us the added space to pursue additional opportunities,” says Steve Clarke, T.E.A.M.’s president and co-founder.

The anticipated completion of the addition is planned for March 2015. “We’re in the process of evaluating and acquiring new equipment, which will increase our 2-D and 3-D weaving capacity and expand our product capabilities,” says Jerry Moore, T.E.A.M.’s co-founder and vice president.

Earlier this year, T.E.A.M. also expanded the manufacturing capabilities of its West Coast Division in Vacaville, Calif., USA. “We relocated the company to a larger manufacturing space which allowed us to add additional equipment and improve upon current capabilities,” added Moore. T.E.A.M.’s Vacaville operation continues to focus on high-quality 2-D woven roll goods. “The relocation enables us to expand our capacity and better support our West Coast customers,” says Clarke. 

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