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7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 Preview: Pacific Coast Composites

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Pacific Coast Composites (Puyallup, WA, US) distributes advanced composites materials globally and has moved to a new, larger facility in Puyallup.

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Pacific Coast Composites (Puyallup, WA, US) distributes advanced composites materials globally and has moved to a new, larger facility in Puyallup. The move expands the company's capabilities with an new processing room and more than 10,000 ft3 of calibrated, certified freezer space. Pacific Coast Composites also has been awarded a new line of Hexcel dry fabrics. Other services include custom kitting, slitting and inventory management. 

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