Toray Composite Materials America Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Seattle, WA USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Toray Composite Materials America's estimated annual revenue is currently $59.8M per year.(?)
  • Toray Composite Materials America's estimated revenue per employee is $246,000

Employee Data

  • Toray Composite Materials America has 243 Employees.(?)
  • Toray Composite Materials America grew their employee count by 19% last year.
  • Toray Composite Materials America currently has 1 job openings.

On April 1st, 2017 Toray Composites (America), Inc. and Toray Carbon Fibers America, Inc. merged to create a new business called Toray Composite Materials America, Inc. Toray Composites (America), Inc. and Toray Carbon Fibers America, Inc. have worked successfully together for 20 years and share the same philosophy and culture. Both companies are accomplished with an enviable track record of providing industry leading solutions for our clients. We believe our successes are a result of our industry leading practices and the knowledge, passion, and total commitment to quality from all our employees. CMA's Tacoma plant was first established in 1992 as TCA - incorporated in Pierce County and located adjacent to Boeing's Composite Manufacturing Center [CMC] - to enable an efficient supply stream of Toray's carbon fiber composite materials. First used on the Boeing 777, Toray's Advanced Carbon Fiber composite materials are now incorporated into the 777 and 787 primary structures and will be used on the new 777X wing. CMA's Tacoma plant supplies a diverse customer base both domestically and internationally and is a major exporter from Washington State. CMA's Decatur plant was first established in 1997 as CFA - incorporated in Morgan County. The Decatur area has been known for its history in the chemical industry and offers attractive conditions for carbon fiber production. CMA Decatur operates production lines from precursor to carbon fiber and has a diverse base of customers in aerospace, defense, industrial, and automotive. They manufacture Standard Modulus [SM], Intermediate Modulus [IM] and Intermediate Modulus (+) [IM+] fibers for a global customer base. CMA's Spartanburg plant will be an integrated facility producing precursor, carbon fiber and prepreg in a single manufacturing facility. This plant is a cornerstone of Toray's growth in North America and provides critical supply chain redundancy and diversification.