SIMONA Boltaron Expands Market Reach with Hire of Business Development Manager
Renee Vinsick has joined the SIMONA Boltaron business development team. In this role, Renee will be responsible for the creation and implementation of a business development plan for selling new and existing products to diversified markets, such as medical device, industrial, building products, automation, and specialty interiors.
SIMONA Boltaron Welcomes New Product Development Engineer Chongfu Zhou
Zhou will join SIMONA Boltaron’s product development team to support its expanding efforts to provide a complete range of modern fire retardant thermoplastic material solutions to its customers.
Angel Jewell Promoted to Customer Service Manager
“The most important task that I’ll be responsible for as Customer Service Manager is ensuring customer satisfaction. We care about our customers and provide excellent service for them,” said Ms. Jewell.
Technical Service, Specialty and Decorative Products Groups Growing Through New Hire and Promotions
Aircraft Interior Companies Combine Their Innovative Technologies to Combat COVID-19 on Aircraft July, 2020
The new Molon Labe S2 Economy Class Seat features Boltaron 9815N FAR-rated sheet for the seat shell and tray table, as well as Tapis’s anti-microbial Promessa Ultrafabric for the seat upholstery.
SIMONA Boltaron Achieves AS9100 Rev D Certification April, 2020
This certification to the international aerospace quality standard signifies SIMONA Boltaron’s ongoing commitment to meeting and exceeding increasingly stringent industry requirements for aerospace related products for the interiors market.
“Boltaron to Increase Thermoplastic Production” An Article in Aircraft Interiors International
Boltaron has announced that it intends to open a new extrusion line in the third quarter of 2018, in order to increase manufacturing capacity and help strengthen the company’s market share in the aerospace thermoplastic materials sector.
“Fast-growing Boltaron Makes Ambitions Clear in Aircraft Interiors” An Article on Runway Girl Network
Roughly a decade ago Boltaron’s Newcomerstown, Ohio facility held as much as a 60% market share of the plastic card stock for credit cards and hotel room keys. The firm had long mastered the PVC calendering process, which sees raw materials in powder form fused into a homogeneous molten mass, and fed into a series of heated revolving rollers that squeeze the material to a desired thickness. As you can imagine, card stock business was good.