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EconCore appoints aerospace honeycomb expert as CTO EconCore, world leader in thermoplastic honeycomb core technology, has appointed Olivier Rozant as Chief Technical Officer from January 2021.

[view details]15-02-2021

Fynotej announce two new automotive OEM contracts using EconCore’s honeycomb core technology EconCore’s thermoplastic, honeycomb technology is now being introduced into two of the world’s largest automotive manufacturers by non-woven specialists, Fynotej.

[view details]14-01-2021

EconCore joins Audi and others to develop composite battery casings EconCore is pleased to announce a partnership involving AZL, Audi and others to establish the potential of using composites for battery housings.

[view details]23-11-2020

Composite materials for lighter vehicles The automotive industry has long been seeking to find a cost-effective solution to weight reduction.

[view details]20-10-2020

EconCore proud to be key partner of sustainable concept LUCA car EconCore, is proud to be a major partner of an innovative project to build a car made entirely out of recycled materials by the TU/ecomotive team at Eindhoven University of Technology, launched on 8 October 2020.

[view details]08-10-2020

4 Million Euro Investment in EconCore’s ThermHex Technology

[Published on: 01-09-07]

Finindus, Gemma Frisius Fonds K.U. Leuven, Allegro Investment Fund, KBC Arkiv and a number of private investors have together invested more than 4 million euros in SteelThermHex, a young Flemish enterprise specialised in the production of sandwich panels with EconCore honeycomb core that weigh far less than traditional structures.

SteelThermHex is a joint venture set up in 2006 by EconCore NV and OCAS, the research center of the world's number one steel company ArcelorMittal. The intensive co-operation between the two companies has led to the development of a new material with the thermoplastic honeycomb core ThermHex and steel skins. The new material is exceptionally stiff and strong enough to be used for furniture, construction or transport panels, but weighs far less than traditional materials.

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