Carbon fibre is well known as a material that can replace and outperform metals such as steel when it is used in high-performance products like aircraft, supercars and sports equipment like racing bikes. It’s a lightweight, high-strength material that offers much greater strength-to-weight ratio than most metals and can be formed to meet many needs.
Famous for applications in Formula One and the Tour de France, carbon fibre also has many more innovative uses beyond the sporting world. It’s being used to improve many industrial applications, such as in making high-quality rollers for use in printing, packaging and textile machines; for making high-strength pressure vessels to hold pressurised gases; and in designing advanced industrial products that benefit from its strength and comparative lightness.
A well-rewarded career
Carbon fibre can be expensive to work with, however, it fits the needs of our modern world for ever more dynamic, functional and performant materials. Expertise in the design and manufacture of carbon fibre products is highly sought after, and this makes working in this field a specialised and well-rewarded career.
Working at our company offers the chance to work with carbon fibre in the most advanced ways. We design and manufacture a wide range of advanced carbon fibre products for industries from aerospace to sustainable energy solutions. We currently have career opportunities in the Netherlands and Germany for materials specialists, design engineers and laboratory technicians who want to work with this material of the future in state-of-the-art modern industrial facilities.
“2022 is a great time to pursue a career in carbon fibre,” comments Lotte Veldsink, Marketing Manager for Pronexos. “There are so many opportunities opening up for the business now, and we need enthusiastic, experienced individuals to join our team and help drive the business forward. We can provide the training and development you need to create a career in carbon fibre.”
If you would like to apply for one of our specialist carbon fibre roles, you can do so by submitting a covering letter and CV to our open application process. To find out more about career opportunities and how to apply, please view our current vacancies on our parent company’s website