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Lear to open automotive seat cover plant in Macedonia

Lear has announced plans to open a new plant in summer to produce automotive seat covers in Gostivar, Macedonia.

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Textiles for motor racing, aviation and space travel

Cortex Hümbelin has been manufacturing technical textiles for Formula 1 for almost 15 years at its manufacturing sites in Ruppersil and Niederlenz, Switzerland.

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IAC opens new manufacturing facility in Mexico

Automotive interiors supplier International Automotive Components has officially opened its new Arteaga, Mexico, manufacturing operation.

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Hexcel launches site for new carbon fibre plant in France

Hexcel has officially opened the site in Roussillon, France, where it will invest US$250m in the construction of a carbon fibre plant.

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Lightweight textile composite solutions for transport

Initial results of a study on lightweight textile composite solutions for transport applications were presented at last month’s Techtextil by Dr François Boussu of ENSAIT/Gemtex, France.

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