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3rd January 2018, Huntington Beach, CA

Airtech Asia relocates China operation

Airtech Asia, a privately-owned manufacturer of vacuum bagging and tooling materials, has announced its relocation to a bigger facility within Tianjin, China. The expansion will allow more office, warehouse, and manufacturing space to support its growing customer base.

The new building is part of Airtech’s worldwide commitment to support the aerospace, wind power, automotive, marine and general composites industries. The new building has capacity of over 300,000 square feet. (27,800 square metres).Airtech Asia is part of the Airtech Advanced Materials Group, a leading manufacturer and supplier of vacuum bagging and composite tooling materials. The new building is part of Airtech’s worldwide commitment to support the aerospace, wind power, automotive, marine and general composites industries. The new building has capacity of over 300,000 square feet. (27,800 square metres).

Mo Perwaiz, General Manager of Airtech Asia said: “Airtech is a customer focused enterprise, we are expanding resources to secure our future together with our customers. The new site has room to grow for the next 20 years. The move will extend the capabilities of Airtech Advanced Materials Group's worldwide presence and is committed to better serve its customers worldwide."

Airtech Advanced Materials Group was established in 1973, and consists of Airtech International Inc., Huntington Beach, California; Airtech Europe Sarl, Differdange, Luxembourg; Tygavac Advanced Materials Ltd., Chadderton, England; and Airtech Asia Ltd., Tianjin China. It serves the aircraft-aerospace, printed circuit board, marine, wind power, automotive and recreational industries. According to  the company, it is the largest privately owned manufacturer of vacuum bagging and tooling materials of its kind in the world. Airtech International Inc. is an ISO 9001:2008 / AS9100 Rev C registered company.

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