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We unite
Tradition with vision. 


As a pioneer in the production and use of honeycomb structures in high-tech lightweight construction, SCHÜTZ is committed to continually developing and refining our materials, processes and applications.

Under the CORMASTER brand, the company has for more than two decades produced lightweight materials and fibre composites, which are used in a wide range of applications, including the aerospace industry.

CORMASTER

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EXCEPTIONAL STABILITY AND
ROBUSTNESS COMBINED WITH LOW WEIGHT

Whether used as moulded or machined parts, or as the core for sandwich elements, our CORMASTER honeycomb materials are successfully used in a wide range of applications in the aerospace industry, in automotive and ship manufacturing.

WIND POWER

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We offer the entire spectrum.

SCHÜTZ COMPOSITES, as part of the SCHÜTZ Group, develops and produces master models, moulds, prototypes, rotor blades and wind power plants at its Siershahn location in Westerwald.


COMPOSITES TRADE SHOW DATES

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WindEnergy

25.09.2018 - 28.09.2018
Hamburg (Germany)
Hall / Booth
B6 / B6.427
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SCHÜTZ News Juni/2018

PACKAGING SYSTEMS

  • State-of-the-art injection moulding production and new logistics centre in Selters
  • SCHÜTZ Technical Customer Service: Customer support from A to Z
  • SCHÜTZ receives the “Kemira Supplier Excellence Award”
  • New automatic reconditioning line for IBCs goes into operation at SCHÜTZ VASITEX
  • ”BASF Supplier Excellence Award“ for SCHÜTZ VASITEX

 ENERGY SYSTEMS

  • SCHÜTZ further extends the underfloor heating system family

 COMPOSITES

  • AIX 2018: SCHÜTZ CORMASTER – back on board

COMPANY

  • 40 years of loyalty to the company: thank you, Raimund Seidel!
  • SCHÜTZ Malaysia: successful participation in the German training programme
  • Keramik Cup 2018: the beautiful game rules in Westerwald
  • Thank you to our jubilarians in 2017