Sicomin announces 40 year anniversary
6 Febuary 2023
Sicomin is proud to announce its 40th anniversary as it begins a year-long celebration to mark the occasion. Founded in 1983 by President Philippe Marcovich, Sicomin has built a tradition of excellence in providing its customers with innovative epoxy resin solutions for the Aerospace, Defence, Marine, Renewable Energy, Sports and Civil Engineering markets throughout Europe, the USA, the Middle East and Asia.
Sicomin will celebrate its 40th Anniversary with a series of events running throughout its 2023 schedule of industry trade shows that will include JEC World, METS and CAMX. At its first show of the year, JEC World 2023, the company will add two new high-performance products to its leading GreenPoxy® range, when it launches new bio-based infusion and laminating options for highly structural components.
Sicomin will also expand its operations in France for its anniversary year, with the opening of a new 1500m2 facility in Brittany. The new premises include a large warehouse, product showroom, materials test lab and extended office space for the growing team that service Sicomin clients throughout Northern and Western France.
Throughout the year, the group will also look back at some of its customers’ most innovative and creative applications as it presents a series of social media snapshots showcasing the incredible diversity of composite products enabled by Sicomin’s unique epoxy product portfolio.
« Celebrating 40 years in business is a landmark occasion for Sicomin and I would like to thank all those that have supported us”comments Philippe Marcovich, President, Sicomin. “ I am incredibly proud of both the amazing projects that our customers have created using our materials, and of the innovative new epoxy solutions developed by the Sicomin team, over the last 40 years. Sicomin will continue to focus on innovation as we move into the next 40 years and beyond, collaborating with our customers to develop unique, custom made formulations that satisfy their most challenging requirements.”
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