Teijin Aramid BV
PO Box 5153
Arnhem , 6802 ED NL
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People in Composites: February 2020
Solvay, SGL Carbon, Teijin, Gurit, Composites UK and American Colors Inc. announce new hires and retirements in the composites industry.
Teijin Aramid appoints new president and CEO
Peter ter Horst has been the company’s chief financial officer since 2011, and will take over his new role April 1, 2020.
Teijin Aramid begins second phase of production capacity expansion
The manufacturer of Twaron aramid fiber aims to meet market demands and reinforce its position as a leader of sustainable solutions.
Teijin aramid, carbon fibers used for museum façade panels
The new wing of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is the first and largest composite building constructed from Teijin’s Twaron and Tenax fibers.
JEC World 2018: The highlights
JEC World is the composites industry’s largest trade show and did not disappoint this year.
New Teijin app promises better calculations
Teijin Aramid has launched a new smartphone app designed to help users reduce calculation errors with a conversion tool for the fiber and textiles industry.
Teijin Aramid will increase its Twaron Aramid yarn capacity by more than 25%
The total extra capacity is planned to be fully available in the year 2022.
Current state of the M&A and capital markets – sell, sell, SELL!!
Current market conditions suggest that 2017 should see sustained M&A activity, despite the 2016 reduction.
Composites in Class A body panels: Evolution continues
Low-density SMCs lead the way as fiber-reinforced polymers make headway in auto components that must please the eye.
Precision design for deployable space structures
Enabling SMAP mission success, unprecedented design requirements were deftly managed using composites in the largest unfurling and rotating reflector to date.
JEC World 2016, the full report
CompositesWorld's editors report on the technologies and products that caught our eye at JEC World 2016, in early March.
Supply and demand: Advanced fibers
Demand for advanced fiber, virgin and reclaimed, is on an upswing after a dip during the recent recession. Fiber suppliers are gearing up to meet an expected increase in demand as manufacturers in a number of composites end-markets scale up or start up part development and production programs
In-orbit-deployable radar dish
Aramid/PEI delivers flexibility, strength and precision for space-based reflector
Uncompromising composite hyperbaric oxygen chamber closes the gap
Flexible filament-wound composite reduce weight and cost, increase performance of first portable high-pressure oxygen-delivery system.
Supply and demand: Advanced fibers (2015)
Demand for advanced fiber, virgin and reclaimed, is on an upswing after a dip during the recent recession. Fiber suppliers are gearing up to meet an expected increase in demand as manufacturers in a number of composites end-markets scale up or start up part development and production programs.
The fiber (2015)
The structural properties of composite materials are derived primarily from the fiber reinforcement. Fiber types, their manufacture, their uses and the end-market applications in which they find most use are described.
The markets: Automotive (2014)
A revitalized auto industry emerged from the Great Recession in 2012 leaner and, in terms of health-related concerns, cleaner, too, but faced a one-two punch in terms of fuel economy and carbon-dioxide (CO2) emission standards that put intense focus on vehicle lightweighting.
Carbon fiber composites: Into the automotive mainstream?
Altair Engineering Inc.'s (Troy, Mich.) VP of aerospace solutions Robert Yancey asks if automakers will follow aeromanufacturers in embracing carbon fiber.
JEC 2013 at first blush
CT Editor-in-chief Jeff Sloan risks some immediate reactions to his week in Paris at the JEC Europe 2013 composites trade show.
Auto composites quest: One-minute cycle time?
Faced with high fuel prices and ever-more stringent restrictions on tailpipe emissions, automakers are taking composites into their own hands.
SAMPE 2012 Report
The Society’s return to Baltimore is a boost to the advanced materials community and an occasion for interesting industry buzz.