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CELTIG NEWS & UPDATES…



Celtig’s growing reputation as an international supplier of high quality graphene has begun to generate significant interest among industrialists, academicians, and amateur scientists. Below is a list of the most recent press releases and news updates concerning aspects of Celtig’s research & development, business activities, and product information. Check back frequently for the latest news about Celtig’s progress and products. An archive of past news items from this page can be found here.

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PRESS RELEASE:

Canada Carbon Miller graphite qualifying as feedstock for production of graphene nano-platelets   (June 7th, 2016, Vancouver, BC, Canada – Canada Carbon Inc.)

 

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Celtig forms new subsidiary to license its CicarboTM graphene production technology to serve Asian markets   (July 8, 2016, Knoxville, TN, USA—Celtig LLC.)

CELTIG LLC, a Tennessee Limited Liability Company located in Knoxville, is pleased to announce its investment in SinaGraphene Ltd., located on Zhifu Bay in Yantai, Shandong Province, China. This new subsidiary, Sina, will be the exclusive licensed producer of Celtig’s signature product line, Cicarbo Graphene, for distribution to the Asian markets. Sina will be led by CEO Dr. Shuguang Li, a graduate of the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics and the University of Twente, previously served as the Director of the Membrane Research Center at the Dalian Institute and co-founded Dalian Eurofilm Industrial Ltd. in 2000. Dr. Li has been a member of Celtig’s Board of Advisors since its establishment in 2015.

Brian Edwards, CEO of Celtig, spoke enthusiastically of the new facility and cooperation agreement. shakehand“The new facility has tremendous potential to open up the Asian markets to Celtig and to increase substantially our production capacity. Sina’s strategic location along the coast of the East China Sea in an area with the richest reserves of high quality natural graphite made Shandong Province the ideal location for establishing our new manufacturing facility in terms of raw materials as well as logistics. We anticipate a fully functioning facility by the end of summer.” Sina CEO, Shuguang Li, was equally excited about the prospects of the new subsidiary. “We are very pleased to become the exclusive licensee of Celtig’s CicarboTM graphene for Asian and world markets. We believe that the timing is perfect to catch the next wave in international graphene production and to capitalize on Celtig’s new proprietary technology in leading this new era of industrial graphene adoption.”

Sina’s new production facility will open in Yantai in July of 2016 with the capacity to increase the worldwide production capacity of Cicarbo graphene to 1,000 kg per month, effectively tripling the production of Celtig’s US facility. Further expansion is underway to achieve a production level of 5,000 kg per month by the beginning of 2017.

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Celtig’s position as first producer of high quality, industrial-scale graphene noted by Yantai Daily Media (in Chinese Mandarin)   (April 24th, 2016, Yantai, Shandong, China – Yantai Daily Media Group)

 

The full press release may be found in 

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Celtig signs agreement to license its proprietary technology to TensileMax  (June 28, 2016, Knoxville, TN, USA—Celtig LLC)

CELTIG LLC and TensileMax LTD., located in Sandy, Utah, are pleased to announce a new licensing agreement providing TensileMax non-exclusive rights to certain intellectual property owned by Celtig in several of its key products marketed under the T-MaxTM brands. Under terms of the agreement, TensileMax is authorized to utilize Celtig’s technology in the production of its premier polymer and materials reinforcement T-Max product lines. T-Max incorporates Celtig’s signature CicarboTM graphene to provide the maximum degree of composite reinforcement to a broad range of materials, including plastics, rubbers, epoxies, cements, and ceramics. Full terms of the licensing agreement have not been disclosed.

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