Alcore Brigantine might expand site

April 2008
Plastics News;4/14/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p16
Trade Publication
This article reports that Alcore Brigantine of Anglet, France outfitted a workshop for processing nonmetallic honeycombs and may expand its facility. The site primarily makes aluminum honeycomb for ready-to-bond parts for aircraft polymer-matrix-composite structures. The plant occupies 81,000 square feet of space. Plans to add 21,600 square feet are in the design stage.


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