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Carbon Conversions Partners with Dell to Forward Sustainability Goals

Carbon Conversions DellCarbon Conversions re-Evo® HSC brand of products offers a cost effective and lightweight solution for the Latitude 7300 AE.

Carbon Conversions Inc. (CCI) (Lake City, SC, US), a global leader in carbon fiber reclamation from the entire composites value chain, has partnered with Dell to forward their sustainability goals and in the process enhanced Latitude’s brand premium design. Although Dell currently uses Carbon Conversions’ re-Evo® HSC brand of products, our joint mission was to discover a new technology which could be both cost effect and lightweight.

“Benchmarking started over 3 years ago. This advanced composite material combined with Dell’s strict requirements elevated Carbon Conversions, our product and process development to new levels; we are better company today for this effort.” says Keith Graham, Vice President, Business Development of Carbon Conversions.
Company CEO, Mark Mauhar adds “Carbon Conversions is excited and proud to work so closely with a true “early adopter” and environmental leader such as Dell. Dell’s marketing efforts are also urging their direct competitors to follow their lead in the use of reclaimed carbon fiber and other sustainable materials to do right by the environment we all share.”

In 2020 and in combination with other sustainable materials, Dell will continue to apply their knowledge from Carbon Conversions products within the Latitude and commercial PC portfolio. More information on this can be found at:

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/green-machine-dell-introduces-latitude-7300-anniversary-edition/

https://blog.dell.com/en-us/partnering-to-find-new-paths-forward-in-sustainability/

CCI is an advanced materials company recycling all forms of carbon fiber composites and producing chopped carbon fiber and nonwoven carbon fiber products to meet the light- weighting needs of wide range of industries.

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