AZDEL Ups Composite Panel Production

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May 5, 2010 by   2 Comments

AZDEL Onboard LogoThe RV Industry’s leading composite panel producer for wood replacement has increased its annual production capacity by 20 million pounds, or a projected 100 million square feet.

After completing a year‐long installation project, AZDEL’s newest production line will start supplying RV manufacturers in June, according to a news release. The growing demand for AZDEL’s unique family of lightweight composite products for transportation markets around the globe has driven the need for its fourth and most advanced manufacturing line.

AZDEL credits expansion to the RV Industry’s increased interest in Lightweight Composite Materials for Wood Replacement. AZDEL has served the RV Industry since 2006 and today has over 20 million square feet of their groundbreaking AZDEL SuperLite Panels in service. Expansion will enable future supply of AZDEL products to meet growing demand and demonstrates AZDEL’s ongoing commitment to the RV Industry and transportation markets worldwide.

RV manufacturers continue to specify AZDEL’s composite panels for their superior light weight and high quality performance over wood‐based materials. AZDEL believes its material has not only advanced the RV Industry, but also is enhancing the RVing experience for this and future generations of RVers.

To learn more about AZDEL’s technology for RVs and related markets, visit us at AZDEL’s composite panels are  distributed throughout North America by Robert Weed Plywood Corp., Bristol, Ind.,

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2 Responses to “AZDEL Ups Composite Panel Production”

  1. Business Analyst on May 23rd, 2011 6:59 pm

    20 million pounds is a very big amount for a business. But I hope everything will be fine and successful.

  2. Vince Lorenz on February 8th, 2013 11:47 am

    I spent 3 hours with a sales manager at a Campland RV center in Knoxville, TN looking at a Heartland Wilderness RV. As part of his presentation and I asked some questions about other brands, his strong part was of the construction at which was the Azdel walls. I was impressed. Though I have not yet purchased one, I’m strongly favoring the Heartland Wilderness.