Linecross Composites expands

Posted on 04 Dec 2017 and read 641 times
Linecross Composites expandsCannock-based Linecross Composites, which supplies thermo-formed and polyurethane components to clients in the automotive, leisure and speciality industries, has invested in a £1.7 million expansion programme to meet rising demand for its products.

This could lead to the creation of a number of new jobs and a move into new markets.

The business was formed in 2012, when parent company Linecross Ltd bought a competitor — BI Composites — out of administration.

Since then, it has seen a programme of phased investment to support growth, including the purchase of new plant and equipment, plus a re-organisation to provide additional capacity and operational efficiencies (www.linecross.co.uk).

Its latest purchases are two new injection moulding machines that will enable it to mould large automotive-interior parts.

The ancillary equipment includes a new crane for tool movements, robotic handling systems to remove moulded parts from the machines, and an ultrasonic welding robot to support assembly operations.

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