Airborne accelerates growth through capital injection

Airborne International, manufacturer of composites (high performance fiber-reinforced plastics), has received a capital injection of € 12 million specifically to foster its growth in the aerospace sector. The Hague-based company wants to invest in new technologies that will allow them to produce composites more efficiently.

The growth capital comes from a consortium consisting of four investors: InnovationQuarter, Brabant Development Agency (BOM), Pangaea Ventures and HPE Growth Capital. BarentsKrans has advised Innovation Quarter and Brabant Development Agency at this investment.

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