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USA: Aerospace Composites Solvay to Expand Resin Mixing Capacity at Greenville Facility

| Editor: Alexander Stark

Solvay announced the groundbreaking of its manufacturing footprint expansion that increases the resin mixing capacity at its Greenville site to meet the growing needs of commercial and military aerospace composite customers.

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Solvay Greenville TX expansion project team as joined by the site leadership team, main contractor and local city and county officials for the groundbreaking ceremony.
Solvay Greenville TX expansion project team as joined by the site leadership team, main contractor and local city and county officials for the groundbreaking ceremony.
(Source: Solvay)

Alpharetta/USA — Tracy Price, Executive Vice-President Global Operations, Solvay Composite Materials, commented that Greenville TX was a strategic site for Solvay where the company in recent years has invested several million dollars in capacity and modernization resulting in a double digit employment growth. This new expansion would enable them to further meet growing customer demand for their Out-of-Autoclave technologies, she added. The site currently has over 300 full time employees and recruiting efforts are ongoing.

Greenville is part of the manufacturer’s Composite Materials global business unit. The site’s primary products are resins (epoxy, phenolic, bismaleimide, polyamides), woven fabrics and prepregs (unidirectional tape, fabric, roving, multi-ply and slit tape forms). The Greenville plant produces advanced composite materials for the commercial and military aerospace markets, high-end sporting goods and industrial markets.

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