Globe Gets a Shout-Out in the Navy Metalworking Center's 2013 Annual Report

By Globe Composite

Globe Composite Solutions, Ltd. is happy to be "contributing to the effort" -- with the Navy Metalworking Center (NMC); the NSWCCD; the Virginia Class Submarines (VCS) Program Office; the Strategic and Attack Submarines Program Office; and the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance -- to find the best, most durable and efficient, and most cost-effective materials for their Gradual Transition (GTC) SONAR baffle tiles' coating needs.

Here at Globe we have a history and excellent track record for being able to research, prototype, and save potential clients money with projects similar to this one.  Since Globe processes over 300 different materials through numerous proprietary processes, we save our clients money not only on finding the perfect material, but also on future maintenance costs.   

Globe's designers and engineers approach projects from the customer's viewpoint. We carefully gather the customer's requirements and then develop a customized solution to meet your specific needs.  

See our eLibrary to download the full article from the Navy Metalworking Center or see our Design & Tooling pages for more info on how we do it.

Globe Composite

Written by Globe Composite

As an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, Globe's credentials are unique among non-metallic innovators and processors since the company possesses a broad set of manufacturing and development capabilities such as a flexible tooling shop to allow rapid prototyping and diverse production options, complemented by an unequaled depth of expertise in compounding and fabrication. It has a long-standing affiliation with established raw material suppliers and serves a base of loyal customers from a variety of industries.

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