hexagon

Mitsui, Toray and Hexagon Lincoln a subsidiary of Hexagon Composites ASA have entered into a joint development agreement to conduct a viability study into the joint manufacture and supply of carbon fibre reinforced high-pressure hydrogen cylinders for vehicles in Japan. ...

Mitsui has announced its entered into an agreement to acquire 25% of shares in Hexagon Composites. The company plans to invest a total of approximately 833 million in NOK(¥11.0 billion JPY) in Hexagon, which is the world’s biggest manufacturer of ...

Hexagon Composites has agreed to sell all its shares in the wholly-owned subsidiary Hexagon Devold AS to the German company Saertex. The closing of the transaction will take place later this week. Saertex will pay NOK 115 million for the ...

The North American market for large, gas-powered vehicles continues to grow rapidly. The most important market driver is the low price of natural gas resulting from developments in the North American shale gas market.

Hexagon Composites’ joint-venture Rugasco successfully opened Russia’s first composite gas cylinder plant last week in the major industrial city of Nizhny Novgorod.

Sign In

Reset Your Password

Email Newsletter