"This is an important contract for both parties, which further strengthens the long, but now intensified, cooperation and partnership between Vestas and Diab. We are increasing our PET production capacity on all continents to meet Vestas' demands over the next five years, and we will continue our cooperation when it comes to technology and product development," said Tobias Hahn, CEO at Diab in a company press release.
The materials, Divinycell HP (PVC-based) and Divinycell PY (PET-based), Diab's newest addition to its core material range, are designed and developed to meet blade designs in an optimal manner for high shear strength and low resin consumption.
Diab, a Ratos-owned company, has been at the leading edge of composite core material development for over sixty years, supplying a wide range of markets including marine, wind energy, transport, aerospace and industry. (PC)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India