After another year of continued growth and innovation, Carbon ThreeSixty (CTS) is proud to share that it have been announced as a winner of Acquisition International’s Global Excellence award for Innovation within the field of Aerospace Component design and manufacturing. More details of the award and of Acquisition International can be found here.
Acquisition International magazine’s annual awards have been highlighting the amazing work done by firms and individuals. With a focus on those committed to a ceaseless dedication to innovation, customer care and the continued growth and improvement of their businesses. The award further cements Carbon ThreeSixty as one of the most dynamic and innovative growth stories within the U.K. SME community.
Adam Black, Commercial Director at CTS mused “When I joined CTS in early 2023 I knew that the company would achieve great things. Being recognised by a publication such as Acquisition International only furthers my belief in the amazing team driving the continued growth and success of the company. Next year we will be launching a range of game changes products and technologies. This is just the beginning.”
The recognition of Carbon ThreeSixty’s Innovation in Aerospace/Aviation demonstrates that the company’s strategy in pursuing highly challenging conundra in this sector is well received by both customers collaboration partners. “We don’t specifically seek out or apply to these types of industry awards, so when we are nominated, and then when we win, it means all that much more” stated Ed Allnutt, founder and Managing Director at CTS.
More news on Carbon ThreeSixty’s innovation will be published shortly.
Notes to Editors
Carbon ThreeSixty is a turnkey provider for the design, development and manufacture of highly challenging, advanced composite structures. We are a valued partner in the delivery of innovation, engineering and manufacturing services to the Aerospace, Automotive, Energy and Defence sectors. We specialise in resin transfer moulding (RTM) processes and novel preforming techniques such as tailored fibre placement (TFP) to produce highly optimised and cost-effective structures. https://carbonthreesixty.com