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US-based company Qarbon Aerospace becomes member of ACMA

Jul '21
Pic: Qarbon Aerospace
Pic: Qarbon Aerospace
Qarbon Aerospace has announced its membership in the American Composites Manufacturing Association (ACMA). Qarbon Aerospace, headquartered in Red Oak, Texas, is a leading provider of large, complex composite, and metallic structural components and assemblies such as fuselages, wings, flight control surfaces, and engine nacelles and components.

Through the membership in ACMA, Qarbon Aerospace seeks to champion and support the composites manufacturing industry. Qarbon Aerospace seeks to work with ACMA members and stakeholders in current and future projects. ACMA represents a strong voice for the composites industry with relationships across multiple stakeholders, Qarbon Aerospace said in a media statement.

“ACMA is thrilled to welcome Qarbon Aerospace to our growing membership of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors. We are focused on expanding the use of composites, and we are committed to spearheading innovative applications for composites across all market segments, including aerospace and defence,” ACMA president, Kevin Barnett said in a statement.

Qarbon Aerospace operates nearly two million square feet of factory space across three facilities located in Red Oak, Texas, Milledgeville, Georgia, and Rayong, Thailand. The company has vertically integrated manufacturing capabilities from component fabrication through large-scale assembly as well as world-leading proprietary thermoplastics technologies. Qarbon Aerospace has longstanding relationships with blue-chip OEM customers and a diversified product portfolio across a variety of successful commercial, defence, and business jet platforms. Qarbon Aerospace has the capabilities and resources to solve the market’s toughest challenges with quality assured.

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