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15th August 2018, Laholm

ATL and Diab composites used in Barcoo Drift

Barcoo Drift. © DiabOptimised for fishing, the 14 m long vessel Barcoo Drift was designed by Roger Hill Yacht Design, New Zealand, and built by Julian Griffiths and his team in Noosa Marine, Australia, using sandwich core composite materials from ATL Composites in co-operation with Diab.

ATL Composites manufactures advanced composite materials, epoxy laminating and adhesive systems for the boatbuilding market in New Zealand and Australia. A leading supplier for the high-performance yachting market, ATL Composites also provides other industries with sandwich core composite materials, such as road and rail transportation, as well as industrial and architectural applications.

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