Sintex-Wausaukee Composites Opens Manufacturing Plant in India

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Sintex-Wausaukee Composites (SWC) announces opening of (LRTM) manufacturing facilities in India.

Sintex-Wausaukee Composites, a subsidiary of Sintex Industries, announced the opening of the first fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) production cell for OEM products using Light Resin Transfer Molding (LRTM) technology in Pune, Maharashta, India. As part of the Sintex-Wausaukee global initiative the project was completed in conjunction with Bright Autoplast Ltd., a Sintex partner company.

The (FRP) production cell in the first implementation of the global supply initiative developed from the company’s Special Projects Vehicle group (SPV). The (SPV) has been designed to deliver FRP OEM composite solutions for global manufacturing and support the expansion of the company’s global manufacturing initiative.

“SWC made a significant financial and technological commitment to bring our LRTM manufacturing to India. With the cell now open, we can deliver on our commitment to serve the growing demands of our multi-national customers for quality components and expand our leadership role providing OEM components to the North American and International markets,” said SWC President/CEO Ed Trueman.

About Sintex-Wausaukee Composites:
Sintex-Wausaukee Composites (SWC) is a leading manufacturer of highly engineered fiber reinforced composite components for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) in the Industrial and Agricultural Truck and Tractor, Mass Transit, Medical Imaging, Commercial Furnishings, Therapeutic Systems, Recreation, and Corrosion-Resistant Materials Handling industries. SWC is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company offering Six-Sigma design, tooling, prototype development, product manufacture, and value-added secondary assembly and services.

About Sintex Industries, Ltd is a leading manufacturer of structural plastics and textiles, headquartered in Kalol, India. Sintex is an industry leader for a range of proprietary and OEM plastic products, including: Structural Plastics, Electrical Accessories, Water Storage Tanks, Pre-fabricated Structures, Core Plastics processes, Open molded composites, and Compression sheet molded composites.

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