British composites manufacturer opens R.I. office

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U.K.-based SP-High Modulus, the marine business of Gurit, opened a new office in the United States.

The office in Bristol, R.I., will house SP-High Modulus’ sales, customer service and engineering teams. The team has been further strengthened with the addition of two new staff members: Cliff Drawbridge, a senior draftsman, and Robert Hewitt, a design engineer.

“For the sales team, this is a great opportunity to offer customers the complete package of engineering, material and process support,” North America marine sales manager Jean-Pierre Mouligne said in a statement. “We are very excited to be in Bristol with so many of our great customers close by.”

The new office is at 115 Broadcommon Road, Bristol, R.I. 02809.

SP-High Modulus supplies the superyacht market and the high-performance custom, production and workboat sectors.

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