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72,00 m2

72,00 m2

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BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG INTERNATIONAL GMBH

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CENTRAL RESEARCH INSTITUTEFOR SPECIAL MACHINERY

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THE AVIATION INDUSTRY CORPORATION OF CHINA

63,00 m2

TELATEKS A.S. / METYX COMPOSITES

9,0 0 m

11, 00 m

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36,00 m2

BODO MÖLLER CHEMIE GMBH

6,0 0 m

8,00 m

154,00 m2

9,00 m

49,50 m2

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47,50 m2

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8,00 m

36,00 m2

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3, 00 m

ARGOSY INTERNAT IONAL INC.

10,50 m2

9,00 m

9,00 m

31,50 m2

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3,00 m

H-PREC SAS

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13 ,50 m

13 ,50 m

3,00 m 6,0 0 1m

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66,00 m2

INNEGRA TECHNOLO GIES

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5,00 m

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5,00 m

5 ,00 m

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NORDSON EFD UK

88,00 m2

52,50 m2

FIBERLINE COMPOSITES AS

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58,50 m2

MAGNA EXTERIORS

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36,00 m2

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3,00 m

4,00 m 4 ,00 m

42,00 m2

C2I S.R.O.

24,51 m2

164,00 m2

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VITECH COMPOSITES

FORMOSA PLASTICS CORPORATION

81,00 m2

D9 EMS-CHEMIE AG

CARBONE FORGÉ

6 ,00 m

6,00 m

K18 AUTONATIONAL

NIPPON GRAPHITE FIBER CORP

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24,00 m2

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SHANDONG SHUANGYI TECHNOLOGY CO, LTD

54,00 m2

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DUNSTONE COMPANY, INC

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CORELITE INC

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HUNTSMAN ADVANCED MATERIALS

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11,0 0 m

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70,00 m2

12, 00 m

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45,00 m2

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10,0 0 m

SCHMALZ, J. GMBH

6,00 m

10,0 0 m

60,00 m2

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BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG INTERNATIONAL GMBH

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3,0 0 m

6,00 m

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

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6,0 0 m

52,00 m2

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BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG INTERNATIONAL GMBH

6,00 m

105,00 m2

3,00 m

HYOSUNG CORPORATION 7, 50 m

36,00 m2

ASTAR S.A.

6,00 m

42,00 m2

KANEKA BELGIUM N.V.

8,00 m

9,00 m2

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KORDARNA PLUS A.S.

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104,00 m2

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ADITYA BIRLA CHEMICALS (EUROPE) GMBH

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SIEMPELKAMP MASCHINEN- UND ANLAGENBAU GMBH

6,00 m

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105,00 m2

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16,00 m

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93,00 m2

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14,0 0 m

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GUANGZHOU KINGFA CARBON FIBER MATERIALS DEVELOPMEN

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72,00 m2

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BAYERN INNOVATIV GMBH

6,0 0 m

CANADA

22,50 m2

11,00 m

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15,00 m2

BAYERN INNOVATIV GMBH

T60

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22,50 m2

AERO VODOCHODY

3,50 m

8,00 m

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8,00 m

K53 AOC LLC

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CORIOLIS COMPOSITES

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72,00 m2

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REICHENBACHER HAMUEL GMBH

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KOMPONE NTEN MASCHIN ENBAU GMBH

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LINDAUER DORNIER GMBH

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CPIC/FIBERGLASS

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110,00 m2

C47

3,00 m

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MARTE SPA SOUJANY A COLOR

SUMITOMO CORPORATION EUROPE LTD

E55

12,00 m2

8,00 m

9,00 m2

SMART TOOLING DIVISION OF 9,00 m2 SPINTECH , LLC

9,00 m2

4, 00 m

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TAIZHOU HUANGYAN SHUANGSH ENG

32,00 m2

3,0 0 m

AGILENT TECHNOL OGIES

9,00 m2

4 ,00 m

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3,00 m

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24,00 m2

102,00 m2

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SAN ITAIRES OUVR IER S 7,00 m

RESPECT A MASCHIN ENBAU GMBH

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106,25 m2

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18,00 m2

SHIKIBO LTD.

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METRAVIB

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72,00 m2

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42,00 m2

28,00 m2

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78,00 m2

80,00 m2

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3,00 m

TEXTECHNO HERBERT STEIN GMBH & CO. KG

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164,00 m2

TECHNI-MODUL ENGINEERING

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COMPOSE HARPER INTERNATIONAL

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WASHINGTON STATE DELEGATION JEC 2017 CO-EXHIBITORS Washington State Department of Commerce.............................5 BRPH....................................................................................6 Composite Solutions..............................................................7 General Plastics Manufacturing Company.................................8 HEATCON Composite Systems...............................................10 Janicki Industries................................................................12 Port of Port Angeles.............................................................16 Composite Recycling Technology Center................................17 Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County...................18 CATALOG CO-EXHIBITORS Carbitex..............................................................................19 Fiberglass Supply................................................................20 Globe Machine Manufacturing - Hall 6 Booth R39b..................21 Harper Engineering..............................................................22 Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance (PNAA).........................23

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NEW MATERIALS for A NEW AGE It wasn’t too many years ago that automobiles were built of steel, aircraft of aluminum and boats of teak. Times have certainly changed. Today, composites and other advanced materials, tools and technologies are revolutionizing the marketplace, creating significant opportunities for Washington companies to invent new products that were science fiction just a decade or so ago. Nearly 100 companies throughout Washington are pushing the envelope, producing new products, processes and materials that are changing the world, from recreational equipment and medical devices to security and transportation. From these companies come a wide range of goods, including aircraft structures, guitars, snowboards and bindings, prosthetic limbs, fly rods, race boats, radars, ship hulls, paddles, oars, bikes, racing shells and golf clubs.

SECTOR OVERVIEW

Washington’s advanced manufacturing sector is a $3.3 billion-plus industry. It is anchored by such leading companies as Boeing, BMW Group, Cytec Industries, Electroimpact, Hexcel, Janicki Industries, SGL Group and Toray Composites America. Washington is one of the few places in the United States – if not the world – where the entire supply chain is represented. All stages of advanced manufacturing can be found in Washington, from the carbon thread that’s used to manufacture fiber to automated fiber-placement machines, rapid set autoclaves, robotic systems, molds, prototyping, design and engineering.

Research and development by state universities, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (one of only 10 national labs in the United States) and research arms such as the Automobili Lamborghini Advanced Composite Structures Laboratory, the Composite Materials & Engineering Center, and the Center for Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures, continue to shape the future of the advanced materials industry in Washington.


Boeing’s increased use of composites to build lighter, stronger aircraft structures continues to drive growth and innovation in the sector. The company’s next-generation 777X features the largest composite wing ever constructed; so large that the last 11 ½ feet of each wing will fold to clear existing airport gates.

WORKFORCE

To support the industry, Washington State’s educational institutions have created comprehensive STEM education and training programs. Bloomberg has ranked Washington #1 in the percentage of STEM college graduates in the workforce with more than 178,000 graduates employed. They are joined by another 105,000 STEM-related graduates, creating a large pool of experienced, educated employees. Workers anxiously engage in a lifetime of learning in Washington. Nearly 91% of all residents earned at least a high school diploma and 32.3% have earned a bachelor degree or higher. Eleven public and private universities, 29 community colleges, five technical colleges and dozens of vocational institutions offer workers plenty of opportunities to engage in post-secondary or continuing education and training programs that utilize state-of-the-art technology and teach industry-focused coursework.

A COLLABORATIVE ECOSYSTEM

One of the most important aspects of the advanced manufacturing industry in Washington is the close collaboration between companies in different lines of business. Advanced manufacturers can tap into the vast network of software and hardware companies located throughout the state to automate manufacturing processes, create new hull designs with super-yacht builders, or work with a life science start-up to develop a new generation of medical devices. Indeed, the opportunity to invest or expand in Washington has never been better as the advanced manufacturing sector continues to identify new markets, technologies and materials.


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WASHINGTON’S COMPETITIVE STRENGTHS • Low cost, renewable energy – lowest in the nation • No corporate or personal income tax • 75 ports, 11 deep draft for easy export access • Innovative public-private training partnerships • Large pool of highly skilled, highly qualified workers • Collaborative culture between industries • Critical mass of STEM graduates and materials engineers • Complete supply chain – materials/manufacturing/recycling • #1 in Technology and Innovation (CNBC’s 2016 Top States for Business)

INDUSTRY INCENTIVES INCLUDE: • Tax exemption for machinery and equipment • Reduced business taxes for research and development • Reduced business taxes for the manufacturing of advanced material

CONTACT US

If you are looking to expand your business or want to invest in or partner with some of the most innovative players in the advanced materials space, contact one of our business experts at +1 206 256 6100 or email us at moreinfo@choosewashingtonstate.com to learn more about the endless opportunities available throughout Washington State.


Whether you’re investing, exporting, expanding, relocating or growing your market share, our team of experienced business professionals at the State of Washington can provide you with adaptive and customized programs and services you need to succeed. Services include:

• Site selection • Permitting and regulatory assistance • Infrastructure • Financing • Workforce training • Export assistance • Overseas trade offices • Trade shows and trade missions • Business matchmaking • Market research • Investment assistance

CONTACT

+1 206 256 6100 www.choosewashingtonstate.com moreinfo@choosewashingtonstate.com

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Architecture Building Information Modeling Clean Room Design Cost Estimating

For five decades, BRPH Architecture and Engineering services has helped shape the sites and facilities where the next generation of manufacturing is taking place. Our team has designed some of the world’s most sophisticated composite manufacturing facilities for the world’s major OEMs and suppliers, including Boeing and Triumph Aerostructures. From 10,000 square foot operation centers to 1.2 million square foot assembly buildings, we are experts in complex composite manufacturing plants for nearly all of the world’s largest aviation companies. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

Project Management

• WORLD’S FIVE LARGEST aviation, aerospace and defense companies choose BRPH • Designed the building that houses the WORLD’S LARGEST autoclave (Boeing Aft Body, Charleston, South Carolina) • Designed an addition to the WORLD’S LARGEST building (Boeing 40-27, Everett, Washington) • Designed the Boeing 777X Composite Wing Center in Everett, Washington

Site Selection

MEETING GOALS

Interior Design Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Design Planning

Structural Design Technology Tooling Infrastructure Design

We are seeking to meet with manufacturers and suppliers that are faced with expansion, relocation or consolidation of their facilities due to industry demands and are struggling to determine the next steps (site assessment, incentive package availability, design, construction). KEY CONTACT

Amandine Noel-Crabtree Project Development Director M: +1 206 405 0216 acrabtree@brph.com 19020 33rd Ave W., Suite 530 Lynnwood, WA 98036 www.brph.com

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Composite Solutions manufactures high strength, lightweight composite structures and components for commercial and military aircraft, helicopters and business jets. We have extensive experience with commercial aerospace and defense contracts including Bell Helicopter, Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Raisbeck Engineering, Airbus, Beechcraft and Sikorsky. Composite Solutions Corporation was founded in 1995 and since then has been supplying leading aircraft manufacturers with lightweight, high quality composite systems and components. We have earned the confidence of aerospace Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and established ourselves as a reliable and recognized partner. Our goal is to maintain this position and steadily develop it. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

• As your source for low cost, high volume composites, we utilize our worldwide network of Topkey companies to deliver the solution you need. • 108,000 ft² facility and 100 years combined experience MEETING GOALS

Seeking to meet aircraft OEMs and subsequent Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers utilizing complex composite structures requiring tooling fabrication, composites expertise, or design for manufacturing guidance. Striving to connect with European and Asia-Pacific based aerospace composites companies interested in establishing or growing a US presence.

PRODUCTS/SERVICES

AS9100 and NADCAP – Composites Quality and Process Approvals Integrated Tool Design and Fabrication Low Cost – High Volume Composites Microscopic Analysis of Material Product Structure Design Resin Formulation Customized Process Design

KEY CONTACT

William Zielinski Engineering Manager M: +1 616 916 4099 ZielinskiW@compositesolutions.com 14810 Puyallup St., Suite 100 Sumner, WA 98390 www.compositesolutions.com

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Built-to-print Aerospace Applications Composite Core Ready-to-use HT Tooling Boards Testing Services, CNC and Other Production Services

Aerospace OEMS and Tier 1 companies look to General Plastics for unique chemistry-based solutions, centered on our signature polyurethane foams. General Plastics supports engineer and design teams in diverse industries such as composite core, aerospace, tooling and prototyping. We supply LAST-A-FOAMÂŽ sheet stock, as well as machined and fabricated parts for composite-manufacturing applications. Regardless of your particular application, count on the quality and consistency of our HDU foam products and our ability to scale production to meet your most demanding production needs. Our customer service, chemistry, testing and QA teams work closely with you from concept to completion. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

R&D equips us to introduce new materials and make our existing products better. Count on quality, rigorous inspection, testing and certifications of conformance that include ISO 9001:2008.AS9100C and quality systems such as NQA-1, Mil-I-45208A, Boeing Company D6-82479 and ITAR compliance. MEETING GOALS

Seeking to meet with customers interested in composite, tooling and aerospace interior applications, testing and production services. KEY CONTACT

Brian Sweeney Sales Director M: +1 253 777 8203

brian_sweeney@generalplastics.com 4910 Burlington Way Tacoma, WA 98409 www.generalplastics.com

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Composite Repair Systems Composite Material Hot Bonders Out-of-Autoclave Systems 3D Heat Blankets

HEATCON Composite Systems has been involved in the support of advanced composite repairs since 1981. For over 35 years, we’ve committed our time and product development to improving composite repair processes. As a leading global manufacturer and supplier of composite repair solutions, we provide a full range of hot bonders, accessories, technical services and materials to repair composite flight controls and other main aircraft parts. We specialize in working with aircraft manufacturers, defense organizations, commercial airlines and maintenance repair organizations (MROs). We also service other composite industries including automobile, marine and wind energy.

Prepregs Film Adhesives Vacuum-bagging Consumables

UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

We manufacture composite repair equipment and distribute CERTIFIED COMPOSITE MATERIAL. Our team of experts work with customers to find the best composite repair solutions. MEETING GOALS

We are seeking OEMs, MROs and other composite repair and/or maintenance facilities looking for equipment and solutions that meet their composite repair procedures and processes. With our expertise in composite component and structure repair, we can extend our services to these customers to help them achieve their goals. KEY CONTACTS

Dana Pratt Vice President of Sales and Marketing M: +1 206 390 9967 dpratt@heatcon.com

Anthony Archer Regional Sales Manager M: +44 7484 260787 aarcher@heatcon.com

480 Andover Park East Seattle, WA 98188

Blackstone Road Stukeley Meadows Ind. Est. Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE29 6EF

www.heatcon.com

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COMPOSITE REPAIR SOLUTIONS

We manufacture hot bonders and heat blankets necessary for composite repair applications. These products are used to repair aircraft where damage can be caused by items such as debris.

CERTIFIED COMPOSITE MATERIAL

Heatcon works with qualified and reliable freight forwarders to deliver composite material products worldwide. The attention that we put into our packaging ensures that items are suitable for air transport and arrive in exceptional condition. For film adhesive and prepregs, we offer 5 yard and 10 yard cuts as well as full roll options. 11


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Custom Solutions Engineering/ Manufacturing Advanced Composites & Metals Parts, Tooling & Prototypes Automation Mechatronics ASME Pressure Vessels Project Management

Janicki Industries is a privately owned, full-service engineering and manufacturing company with facilities in Washington and Utah, USA. Janicki specializes in tooling and parts made of advanced composite materials and metals. We support the aerospace, marine, energy, military and transportation industries. Janicki is capable of delivering your large complex projects, utilizing large-scale precise five-axis mills, curing ovens, autoclave, cleanroom and annealing furnace. We have extensive experience using many composite systems including: syntactic putty; carbon/ fiberglass hybrid; carbon fiber; invar, aluminum and steel molds. This 100% in-house capability for tooling and parts enables a one-stop shop for customers. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

• Janicki Industries uses large-scale, highly-accurate, 5-Axis NC mills that we design and build ourselves. • We can create your largest projects because we utilize large facilities, mills, autoclave, ovens and other equipment. • Employ top engineers and manufacturing technicians with 20+ years of experience. • Perform project management discipline using SAP technology that delivers 98% on-time to our customers. MEETING GOALS

Seeking to increase awareness of our products and capabilities with EU companies and see if there is a potential for broadening our offering worldwide. Also to meet EU OEM airframe manufacturers that need significant composite parts or tooling that require high precision manufacturing of very large products to assure unsurpassed quality and schedule compliance. KEY CONTACT

Brian Holmes VP Aerospace M: +1 360 661 0950 bholmes@janicki.com 714 Metcalf Sedro-Woolley, WA 98284 www.janicki.com 14


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ADVANCED COMPOSITES TOOLING

We excel at design/build projects that push the envelope of advanced composite materials. We are certified AS9100C, ISO 9001:2008 and Nadcap for composites.

5-AXIS CNC MACHINING

Our milling capacities are among the largest in the world, with a maximum envelope size of 100ft x 20ft x 8ft and with typical tolerances of +\- 0.003 inches.

AEROSPACE PARTS

Janicki Industries manufactures top quality aerospace parts and prototypes for commercial and military programs. We specialize in fly-away parts made of carbon fiber and various core materials. Our years of tooling experience combined with our team of experts enable us to deliver custom parts specific to your requirements.

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Composite Manufacturing Campus Composite Recycling Technology Center Infrastructure Planning and Development Competitive Lease Rates Deep Water Port Partnerships for Workforce Training

The Port of Port Angeles is ready to meet the needs of the composite industry. • Composite manufacturing campus • 7 manufacturing buildings (250,000 ft2) and room for growth • Access to composite tenants with autoclaves, non-destructive testing lab, finishing areas • Deep water harbor, airports, available property with industrial zoning • Low electricity rates, proximity to markets and a skilled workforce • Composite Recycling Technology Center (CRTC) • State of the art facility housing carbon fiber manufacturing expertise and equipment, workforce training and collaborative environment UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

The CRTC is a world-leading enterprise for recycling through innovative repurposing of carbon-fiber scrap into commercially viable products. MEETING GOALS

The Port is seeking companies interested in expansion opportunities or relocation. The CRTC is a solutions provider for parties interested in the utilization of recycled carbon fiber for products: processors/fabricators, end users, OEMs, material producers, research institutions and workforce training providers. KEY CONTACT

Steven Burke Commissioner Port of Port Angeles M: +1 360 460 3526 stevenb@portofpa.com PO Box 1350 Port Angeles, WA 98362 www.portofpa.com

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The Composite Recycling Technology Center (CRTC) is the world’s first company to develop, produce and market a product from recycled aerospace carbon fiber pre-preg scrap. With a plentiful supply of low-cost, high-quality scrap, CRTC is embarking on an ambitious program to produce a wide range of value-added products for consumers, industrial, automotive and clean energy applications. Several product launches are planned for the balance of 2017 and more into the future. CRTC is building custom processing equipment to turn 500 MT/year of scrap into products in multiple categories by 2021. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

New state-of-the-art facility dedicated to recycling of carbon fiber pre-preg. First round of production equipment on-line by mid-2017 with 50 MT/year production capacity and more coming.

PRODUCTS/SERVICES

R&D on Low-cost Carbon Fiber Applications Recycled Carbon Fiber Product Design Recycled Carbon Fiber Product Development Recycled Carbon Fiber Product Manufacturing

MEETING GOALS

• Seeking partnerships with organizations to expand the product applications of recycled carbon fiber pre-preg • Seeking partnerships with organizations with marketing channels for products made from low-cost carbon fiber • Form strategic relationships with companies seeking a reliable, innovative partner to solve their carbon fiber scrap problems • Develop collaborations with other recyclers of carbon fiber for mutual benefit KEY CONTACT

Bob Larsen Chief Executive Officer M: +1 630 816 5464 blarsen@compositerecycling.org 2220 West 18th Street Port Angeles, WA 98363 www.compositerecycling.org

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Business Expansion Support Domestic and International Business Recruitment Partnerships for Workforce Training and Education Deep Water Port

Skagit County is Northwest Washington’s center for composite manufacturing. Home to innovative world leaders in specialized advanced manufacturing including Janicki Industries and Hexcel, Skagit-made products are core components of everything from commercial and military airplanes, NASA space exploration vehicles and the James Webb Space Telescope, to naval research vessels, America’s Cup champion racing yachts and recreational boats. Skagit Valley College offers comprehensive training courses in composites technology, and is the state’s center of excellence for marine manufacturing education. EDASC supports businesses, educational and research institutions, and organizations from around the world interested in investing and building partnerships in Skagit County. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS:

• World-class composites manufacturers and supply chain • Convenient access to Seattle and Vancouver, Canada, with lower costs of doing business • Highly skilled local workforce MEETING GOALS:

Seeking to meet companies and research institutions interested in expansion into or location in Washington State; supply chain partners; and education and R&D partners. KEY CONTACTS

John Sternlicht, JD, CEcD CEO M: +1 206 450 1302 john@skagit.org 204 W. Montgomery Mount Vernon, WA 98273 www.skagit.org

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Sean Connell Director of Business Recruitment sean@skagit.org


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Carbitex is the leader in flexible carbon fiber composites. Our CX6 and AFX technology platforms allow carbon fiber’s extreme performance to be harnessed in a flexible form, enabling carbon fiber to be utilized like never before. Carbitex develops, tests and manufactures in-house, in Washington State.

PRODUCTS/SERVICES

Carbon Fiber Composites

UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

Carbitex CX6 and AFX technologies allow companies to achieve new levels of performance and to benefit from features not possible with traditional carbon fiber composites. MEETING GOALS

To collaborate with companies in the biomechanics and footwear markets who are seeking to create industry changing products. KEY CONTACT

Junus Khan CEO +1 509 591 9775 contact@carbitex.com 1426 E. 3rd Ave. Bldg. B, Suite B-120 Kennewick, WA 99337 www.carbitex.com

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Automotive Aerospace Consumer Goods Education Training Marine Sporting Goods Wind Energy

Fiberglass Supply is a composites technology company that specializes in materials, value added services and training programs for the composites industry. We provide: • • • •

Composites training and educational programs Kitting and value added services Tooling and R&D services Full range of composite materials in stock

UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

Fiberglass Supply is unique in its offering of educational and training programs for workforce development in the composites industry. We are also unique in the wide assortment of materials that we stock. MEETING GOALS

Find entities that are interested in the training and educational programs we offer. KEY CONTACT

Matthew Weaver Managing Partner M: +1 360 635 7164 matthew@fiberglasssupply.com 11824 Watertank Rd Burlington, WA 98233 www.fiberglasssupply.com

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Globe Machine engineers and manufactures high capacity automated manufacturing systems for conversion of a multitude of composite materials utilized in a variety of applications. Globe’s patented RapidClave® cure technology offers a vastly improved and flexible process environment that has been demonstrated to achieve industry-leading fast cycles, as well as tightly controlled temperature gradients in complex laminates. Globe’s formatting and conversion process equipment is enabling high-volume adoption of continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastic (CFRT) tape, empowering composite structural engineers to design parts of improved mechanical properties and mass savings. Globe Machine’s nearly 100 years of systems engineering and equipment integration experience deliver complete factory manufacturing excellence and costefficiency with focus on return-on-investment value. Our innovative process and manufacturing solutions are derived from close collaboration with our customers, material suppliers and technology partners. The specific requirements of each application are considered when developing a best-fit, tailored solution that will enable a competitive market position. Today Globe designs and manufactures systems for a wide range of industries including plastics and advanced composites for automotive, aerospace, defense and industrial, as well as pulp and paper and building products. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

Globe is a fully integrated systems manufacturer with complete design, engineering, fabrication, machining, assembly, testing and UL listed panel shop, serving customers worldwide.

PRODUCTS/SERVICES

High Capacity Automated Systems RapidClave® Composite Cure Systems Lightweight Armor Press Lines Material Handling Equipment Robotic Handling Equipment Automotive Aerospace Pipes and Tanks High Pressure Vessels Repair Services, Equipment and Machines Consulting, Process Development

MEETING GOALS

Seeking customers, suppliers and technology partners focused on advancing the state of the art of composite materials and related conversion processes for serial production. KEY CONTACTS

Jim Martin Director, Advanced Composites Equipment M +1 518.369.5701 jimm@globemachine.com

Ron Jacobsen Vice President M +1 253.732.7103 ronj@globemachine.com

701 East “D” Street P.O. Box 2274 Tacoma, WA 98401

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PRODUCTS/SERVICES

Metal Conversion Design & Analysis Thermoplastics Thermosets Tool Fabrication for Composites

Harper Engineering has built its reputation as a world-class design/engineering/ manufacturing firm focusing on aerospace interior applications over the last 50 years. Over the last decade, Harper has placed a focus on composite design and manufacturing. In 2014, Harper opened a state-of-the-art facility for composite part manufacturing. In 2017, Harper is planning on major capital equipment additions that will greatly increase the types and quantities of parts coming from the new facility. By assembling an expert team and partnering with world-class material suppliers, Harper Engineering is ready to turn your concept into a reality or make your existing system even better. UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

Harper Engineering has been involved with an international research team to advance composites manufacturing methods. Harper Engineering has been rated at 99.9% Quality and Delivery for the past 10 years and received the Boeing Supplier of the Year Award in 2011. These milestones have only been achieved by focusing on our relationship with the customer as well as the contract. KEY CONTACT

Ryan Funk Director of Composites M: +1 253 797 6160 r.funk@harperengineering.com 700 SW 7th St. Renton, WA 98057 USA www.harperengineering.com

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Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance serves the aerospace supply chain manufacturers in the Pacific NW region surrounding Seattle, Washington. Our members produce critical parts and services for aerospace OEMs and Tier 1s around the world. PNAA promotes the growth and success of members and international associates by producing technical seminars, conferences and networking forums to share emerging industry trends and growth opportunities. Our February Aerospace Conference is the largest of its type in the western U.S. consistently attracting aerospace executives from around the globe. PNAA • Connects aerospace interests • Delivers market intelligence • Provides powerful networking and opportunities to grow your business UNIQUE SELLING POINTS AND DIFFERENTIATORS

PNAA connects you to the largest commercial aerospace cluster in the world and provides exclusive executive networking opportunities. KEY CONTACT

Melanie Jordan CEO & Executive Director M: +1 425 268 2617 mjordan@pnaa.net 16625 Redmond Way, Ste M #187 Redmond, WA 98052 www.pnaa.net

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Meet Our Team Washington State’s European office is staffed through TFDI. Together with our staff in Seattle they stand at the ready to assist you with your expansion, relocation or investment. Washington State offers businesses worldwide tremendous opportunities in the advanced manufacturing and composites industries and is poised for further growth with production of the Boeing 777X and its composite wing – the largest ever produced.

Isabelle De Wulf Aerospace Export Assistance Manager Washington State Department of Commerce +1 206 256 6143 M: +1 206 291 3919 isabelle.dewulf@commerce.wa.gov

Allison Clark Managing Director Washington State Department of Commerce +1 206 256 6124 M: +1 206 245 7292

Lucy Atkinson Europe Representative Washington State Department of Commerce +44 (0)1451 822252 M: +44 (0)7899 804036 lucy.atkinson@tfdi.co.uk

Radi Simeonova Business Development Manager Washington State Department of Commerce +1 206 256 6114 M: +1 206 265 2921


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2017 Washington State JEC Directory  

A roster of trade show delegates, exhibitors and Commerce department staff promoting Washington State trade and investment.

2017 Washington State JEC Directory  

A roster of trade show delegates, exhibitors and Commerce department staff promoting Washington State trade and investment.