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CompositesWorld magazine: Industry veterans form new company to produce next-gen natural fiber composites

With deep roots in agricultural hemp production, INCA Renewable Technologies is set to produce lighter, stronger, greener and less costly composites.

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INCA Renewtech Raises $4.5 Million For Natural Fibre Composites

Kelowna’s INCA Renewable Technologies has closed a $4.5 million Series A financing round.

INCA is a manufacturer of natural fibre composites.

Experienced in fibre processing and bio-composites manufacturing, INCA produces compounded pellets that are intended to replace fibreglass in the production of …

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Biopaneles de fibra de cáñamo para fabricar interiores de casas rodantes

INCA Renewable Technologies, una startup que busca convertir biomasa de alta calidad en productos innovadores, se ha asegurado un terreno en el estado de Indiana, EEUU, para construir una planta de fabricación a gran escala que procesará miles de toneladas …

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INCA to Build Hemp Composite Plant

INCA Renewtech to Manufacture Bio-panels for RVs and Trucks.

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INCA Renewable Technologies to build facility producing bio-composite panels from hemp

INCA secures the land to build a large-scale manufacturing facility.

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INCA Renewtech secures land and signs deal with Genesis Products to manufacture biocomposite panels

INCA announces large-scale manufacturing facility to process hemp fiber.

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INCA Renewtech signs agreement with Genesis Products to manufacture bio-panels for RVs and trucks

by Maryam Farag

INCA Renewable Technologies has secured the land to build a large-scale manufacturing facility in Elkhart County, Indiana, that will process thousands of tons of hemp fiber into bio-composite panels and pellets for the transportation, consumer plastics and building …

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