Hexcel has developed a new technology for out-of-autoclave (OoA) processing that delivers a game-changing reduction in process time and cost for marine manufacturers without compromising mechanical performance.
Hexcel has broken ground on an expansion that will double the size of its existing engineered core manufacturing operation in Morocco to meet increased demand from aerospace customers for lightweight advanced composites.
Hexcel will showcase its unique portfolio of carbon fibers that have been optimized for thermoplastic processing applications when the company exhibits at the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) Thermoplastic Composites Conference, beginning March 22 in San Diego.
Hexcel is committed to social and environmental responsibility through more sustainable production, clean and renewable energy, prioritizing worker safety and well-being, sustainable sourcing, and strict adherence to ethical, compliant business conduct.
Yacht builder Sunseeker has chosen Hexcel’s HexPly® XF surface technology to produce prepreg parts with high-quality, paint-ready surfaces quickly and efficiently for its 90 Ocean luxury yacht, one of its newest models.
The National Safety Council (U.S.) has honored Hexcel CEO Nick Stanage as part of its 2022 “CEOs Who Get It” program, recognizing his leadership in ensuring that safety is at the forefront of our decisions and a guiding principle throughout our company.