Macdonald joins Composites Evolution as sales manager

CiMJan20News - Composites evolution
CiMJan20News - Composites evolution

Composites Evolution has announced it is expanding its sales team with the arrival of Scott Macdonald as sales manager.

Macdonald has over 10 years’ experience in the advanced composites industry, working for both manufacturers and distributors. His experience covers many aspects of production, including tooling, component materials, resins, honeycombs and process materials, and has a strong background in the vacuum bagged processing of composites in traditional consumables and also in silicone reusable systems.

Working alongside the company’s sales manager, Mike Harrison, Macdonald’s focus will be on the sales of Composites Evolution’s Evopreg prepregs, including their epoxy component and tooling materials and their fire-resistant PFC grades.

Visit the Composites Evolution stand at JEC World 2020 in hall 6, stand S52.


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