NORCO will be exhibiting at Advanced Engineering 2018 to meet and engage with existing and new clients to showcase their composite & GRP structures and components.

NORCO offers a one-stop-shop solution, from initial concept development, to design, to manufacture, to full assembly. Catering to a broad range of sectors, including aerospace and automotive, NORCO is capable of large-scale projects. They’re currently working on 36 individual projects, with 66% of them attributed to brand new clients. Their range of projects includes the manufacture of a new series of drones, medical scanners and a new simulator.

They operate from five sites with an overall capacity of 100,000 sq. ft. and employ over 150 skilled workers and train their staff to NVQ standards. Due to a high demand for their services, NORCO is currently building an extension at their composite centre. The composites team will be moving into the new facility on schedule at the end of July.

NORCO will begin a partnership with leading exhibition specialists, Quadrant2Design, to successfully exhibit at the show. “At NORCO, we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and we have found that Quadrant2Design have the same mentality,” said Jim Windebank, Marketing Executive.

“The fact that Quadrant2Design is local to us was also an important reason why we decided to work together. We believe that face-to-face communication is beneficial in any collaboration, and we’re looking forward to working closely with the Quadrant2Design team to achieve our objectives!”

Visit NORCO on stand P103 at Advanced Engineering 2018, NEC Birmingham 31st October – 1st November 2018


NORCO Composites & GRP formed in 1985 in Poole, Dorset. They are established as a leading developer of innovative GRP mouldings and lightweight composite structures. For more information, please visit:

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