Carbon and Arkema Partner to Advance the Adoption of Digital Manufacturing

Arkema has taken part, with an investment of US$ 20 million, in the Carbon Growth Funding Round to support the next generation of fully integrated digital manufacturing platforms via collaboration.

Arkema has taken part, with an investment of US$ 20 million, in the Carbon Growth Funding Round to support the next generation of fully integrated digital manufacturing platforms via collaboration.

Carbon announces a strategic partnership with Arkema through an investment in the startup’s capital, to deliver new materials performance and a supply chain model for Carbon’s manufacturing partners.

Arkema has taken part, with an investment of US$ 20 million, in the Carbon Growth Funding Round to support the next generation of fully integrated digital manufacturing platforms with collaboration, materials and innovative solutions. This alliance is an opportunity for both companies to grow the pipeline of production applications driving volume and revenues, through advanced materials technology, the companies report.

“We are eager to continue and strengthen our joint efforts in delivering Carbon next generation products and full solutions to our partners & customers, disrupting the way parts are mass manufactured and accelerating new market opportunities,” says Thierry Le Hénaff, chairman and CEO of Arkema.

“Since Carbon's early days, Arkema has been an important partner to us. It's rewarding to see all the amazing outcomes of our work together over the years bringing new, innovative materials to market,” says Carbon CEO and co-founder, Dr. Joseph DeSimone.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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