Welcome to CCS

Composite Cluster Singapore (CCS) is active in consulting, engineering, manufacturing and training for advanced composites. Together with its partners, CCS provides the full spectrum of composites solutions, from early-stage feasibility assessments to manufacturing of components. CCS’s mission is to develop new and innovative technologies for high-performance composites products and become a regional competence center to enable customers for global markets.

CCS at Republic Poly's Advanced Composites Diploma Graduation

Singapore, 19 November 2015: CCS has been invited for the graduation ceremony of the Specialist Diploma for Advanced Composites (SDAC) at Republic Polytechnic. The event has brought together graduates, staff and external lectures. CCS is supporting the program by lecturing some of the modules.

Picture shows Dr. Florian Doetzer (Managing Director CCS) with Republic Polytechnic staff and graduates

Korean Delegation Visit CCS

Singapore, 28 October 2015: A delegation from Korean Province of Jeollabuk have met with CCS directors Lim Chee Meng and Dr. Florian Doetzer today. The visit occurred shortly after Dr. Doetzer had been at the Carbon Festival in Jeonju, Korea upon invitation of the Governor of Jeollabuk Province and reinforces the interest of both sides to collaborate on carbon composite technologies.

CCS and AFPT have signed an agreement to collaborate

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Singapore/Dörth, 23 October 2015: Composite Cluster Singapore Pte Ltd (CCS) and AFPT GmbH have signed an agreement to substantiate their collaboration regarding AFPT’s technology in Asia.
CCS and AFPT target to address additional regional and vertical markets, further expanding the reach of AFPT’s technology. CCS will act as regional center of excellence for AFPT and develop application related solutions for customers building on AFPT’s technology. The ASEAN region enjoys a growing market of high-performance composites and an increasing need for automation. Through their partnership, AFPT and CCS are able to address those markets by combining advanced equipment technology and regionalized solution engineering. Additionally, both companies will benefit from their mutual network of customers, partners and suppliers.

Signing of tripartite MoU between CCS, Eco-Space and Sakura Tech

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Singapore 21 October 2015: Composite Cluster Singapore Pte Ltd, Eco-Space (S) Pte Ltd and Sakura Tech (S) Pte Ltd signed a tripartite MoU to intensify and formalize the already existing collaboration between the 3 partners. 

Picture shows (from left): Joris Nooten (Director Eco-Space), Dr. Florian Doetzer (Managing Director CCS), Razali Jafar (Managing Director Sakuratech)

Dr. Florian Doetzer presents at TUM Asia Seminar

Singapore, 15 September 2015: Dr. Florian Doetzer gave a lecture about "Composite Trends in Aerospace" during TUM Asia's Speaker Series titled "Building the Future of Aerospace". The program was organized by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Technische Universität München Asia (TUM Asia) and supported by the German Embassy.

Dr. Doetzer was sharing the session with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst Baier a pioneer of lightweight design, with more than 30 years of experience in that field.

CCS signs MoU with Centre for Lightweight Construction (LZS)

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Dresden, 9 February 2015: Composite Cluster Singapore (CCS) and Leichtbau-Zentrum-Sachsen (LZS) sign a Memorandum of Understanding to enter a strategic partnership in product co-development and technology distribution. 

Picture shows (rear, from left): Lee Hsien Loong (Prime Minister of Singapore), Stanislaw Tillich (Minister-President of Saxony)
(front, from left): Dr. Florian Doetzer (Managing Director CCS), Dr. Martin Lepper (Managing Director LZS)

CCS and partners develop a new method to create high-performance composite structures with thermoplastic tapes

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Singapore 19th November 2014: Composite Cluster Singapore (CCS) has developed a concept that aims at manufacturing high-performance composite structures in shorter time and with significantly reduced cost. The groundbreaking concept builds on market proven thermoplastic tape placement technology and integrates it with advanced robotics and laser technologies to overcome limitations of current solutions. CCS will continue the development in a project, jointly with its partners HOPE Technik Pte Ltd, KUKA Robot Automation (M) Sdn Bhd, SGL Group and TRUMPF Pte Ltd.

Picture shows (from left): Hor Chee Shen (KUKA), Chia Thien Fook (CCS), Jerry Ang (CCS), Andreas Erber (SGL), Lim Chee Meng (CCS), Prof. Klaus Drechsler (TUM-LCC), Florian Doetzer (CCS), Johnny Teo (SPRING), Goh Siong Teck (SPRING), Peter Ho (CCS)

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