Economic Development Corporation
Key Industries| Advanced Composite Manufacturing
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Sequim is Home to World’s Most Environmental Board Factory
Mervin Manufacturing home of Lib Tech, GNU, Roxy and Bent Metal is a leading designer and manufacturer of snowboarding, NASing, surfing and skateboarding products built at the world’s most environMENTAL board factory by people who ride them.
A HI-TECH Environmental VISION for the County
occupy 194,000 square feet of building space. A 25,000-square-foot building is available at competitive lease rates and can accommodate hot or cold manufacturing processes. The Campus hosts a non-destructive testing lab and two large scale autoclaves. In combination with state-of-the art facilities, low electricity rates, proximity to domestic and international markets, and a trained workforce, the Composites Campus is a ground floor opportunity for manufacturers.
Peninsula College Offers Advanced Composite
Manufacturing Technology Program
The Port of Port Angeles offers convenient access to the United States’ West Coast and the entire Pacific Rim, making shipping to global markets effortless. Its deep water port is near Seattle and its terminals allow barging directly into Boeing’s Everett plant where the new 777X will be built. The Port’s five deep-water berths are capable of handling vessels up to 1,200 feet in length with drafts up to 40 feet. The Port also operates Fairchild Airport which encompasses more than 800 acres of property, with 690 in aeronautical use. The primary runway can handle aircraft up to Boeing 737s. In addition, Black Ball Ferry in Port Angeles provides daily service to Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. The Composite Manufacturing Campus is situated within an Airport Industrial Park, with hundreds of acres more available for development. Composite related businesses currently
Port Angeles To Lead in New
Composite Recycling Technology
(Port Angeles) Consisting of 14 acres of existing composite manufacturers, 6.5 acres of new expansion space and acres of yet undeveloped space, the campus is now looking toward the future, expanding go include composite recycling technology. Current composite companies lease 194,0000 square feet of working space in 5 buildings, buildings.
The expansion consists of two 25,000 square foot buildings which one is now occupied and a third pad for composite facilities. It can be dedicated to both hot and cold manufacturing processes.
Shovel-ready, build-to-suit opportunities are available. This expansion continues the Port’s long track record of supporting aerospace composites companies, yacht builders, and alternative energy firms by creating ever more space for growth. This list will now include composite recyclers.