JEC Group: Recycling Composites

Recycling composites for the automotive industry In 20 years, the composites industry may have its own recycling system, like plastics and metals enjoy today. The lack is one reason composites cannot fully compete with these traditional materials. The world’s annual carbon-fiber consumption stands at 30,000 tons, and recycling has been limited, for technological as well […]

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DI Initiative Award: Ucomposites makes the world greener

Innovation growth Climate change is on the agenda, and environmental protection and sustainability are becoming increasingly important. Ucomposites on Bogø help to lift the task of finding new and better methods for saving resources. When Ucomposites received DI South Sealand’s Initiative Award in October, it was a great acknowledgement for many years of hard work […]

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Femern Belt will connect Denmark and Germany by a tunnel

Construction of the world’s longest road and rail tunnel, the 18 km Fehmarnbelt tunnel, is about to begin and will connect Denmark and Germany. It will be Northern Europe’s largest construction project and the link will be built as an immersed tunnel between Rødbyhavn on Lolland, Denmark and the German island of Fehmarn. In contrast […]

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Innovation is driven by dissatisfaction

Many large companies in the Western world have built their business on a great idea, unique technology or processing method. The focus has been on delivering great quality and improving productivity in order to drive costs down and price up. Some have had a belief that their product or service, were so unique, price competitive […]

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“Quiet, please!” Nonwovens focus on acoustics.

“Quiet, please!” Nonwovens are concentrating on the acoustics market where they are gaining clout for their cost-effective performance at lower weights. “Silence is Golden” is an interesting article brought by Nonwoven Industry, which is very much in line with Ucomposites’ perspectives. By Sandra Levy, Nonwoven Industry. Remember the first time you turned on the sound […]

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Eco-innovating composites: Ucomposites awarded grant from European Commission

By Line Ladegaard Ucomposites has been awarded a grant by the European Commission’s Eco-Innovation Department for a specific innovative project on recycling and up-cycling of glass fiber technology. The project provides inputs for Ucomposites’ ongoing product innovation and R&D. This makes Ucomposites one of the most environmentally friendly composites product manufactures in the world. Read […]

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