CODEM Composites joins the Motorsport Industry Association

CODEM Composites says it has joined the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) to reinforce its commitment to sustainable, bio-based composites within the motorsport arena.

“Sustainability is at the heart of our company culture,” stated company business development manager, Rochelle Helliwell. “As industries adopt net zero, the future looks bright for composite materials. By joining the MIA, we aim to strengthen our sustainability partnerships in Formula 1 and related fields. Having attended many MIA events, I'm familiar with the association's impressive work. We are thrilled to join and eager to collaborate with the MIA and its members.”

Chris Aylett, CEO, Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) added: “We are delighted to officially welcome CODEM to the growing MIA Membership Community. The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) exists to provide support and business growth opportunities to companies operating within the motorsport and high-performance engineering sector. We look forward to working with CODEM throughout their membership.”

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