Monday, December 17, 2012
Graphene Technology for Vittoria Tires
The agreement aims to create, within the first few months of 2013, a joint venture for the production of tires containing Graphene, in the manufacturing facilities own by Vittoria Industries in Thailand, whose new R & D global center of excellence will be opened in January 2013.
The agreement was presented by the CEOs of the two companies, during the meeting entitled “Graphene: an Enabling Material for a Smart Future” held in Milan. Organized by Directa Plus, this event aimed to raise awareness of the huge potential application of the G+ process that they developed in the first European industrial plant for the production of nano graphene plates (opened last year in Lomazzo).
“With this agreement, Vittoria aims to take advantage from the revolution that will be certainly brought in raw materials by the use of Graphene, thanks to the unique Directa Plus patented process G+. We will test and adopt this new technology and apply it to the cycling field, " says Rudie Campagne, Vittoria Industries Ltd President and CEO. "The benefits will be countless, in terms of weight and performance, and we will announce them whenever we introduce to the market a new product powered by G+.”
“At the basis of this agreement there is a common vision which we share with Vittoria: nanotechnologies will soon be the key to improve the traditional materials used by bringing an added value to the entire production process and to consumers, " explains Giulio Cesareo, Directa Plus President and CEO.
Photo (L-R): Rudy Campagne, President & Ceo of Vittora and Giulio Cesareo, President & CEO of Directa Plus
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