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X-Cell Composites has opened its own Duro-Balsa factory to assure, on behalf of its clients, ample supply and quality processing.

"I'm proud to announce that we have completed construction of our Duro-Balsa Factory in Ecuador," says Jeremy Caldwell, president of X-Cell Composites. The facility is in full production, offering a complete line of structural balsa products, including plain sheets, and scored and scrim and coated and uncoated materials.

“Balsa, being a primary core in the wind energy market, is in high demand and that demand is expected to grow,” says Caldwell.

SOURCE: X-Cell Composites


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