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Mitsubishi Chemical Group


Zürich, Switzerland




Materials Engineering

What we do

Mitsubishi Chemical Group - Advanced Materials is a leading global manufacturer of high-performance thermoplastic materials in the form of semi-finished products and finished parts. The company has locations in 21 countries and more than 2,800 employees. Its specialty engineering thermoplastics and composites are superior in performance to metals and other materials and are used in a wide range of applications, primarily in the capital goods industry. The company is continuously developing new areas of applications in close cooperation with industry leaders in a broad variety of customer markets. The Mitsubishi Chemical Group - Advanced Materials is well prepared to further expand its market leadership position.


Latest Posts


In the second article of our FGF series we look at the various manufacturing techniques of FGF printing

Fused Granulate Fabrication (FGF): Redefining large scale 3D Printing with a wide range of materials

Over the years, additive manufacturing has revolutionized the manufacturing industry and one technique that has gained significant traction is Fused Granulate Fabrication. With its unique approach and advantages, FGF has the potential to reshape the way functional and aesthetic parts are produced.

Fused Granulate Fabrication (FGF): Unlocking the full potential of Additive Manufacturing

Join the 3D Printing FGF Engineering Challenge and explore the possibilities of 3D Printing with granulates.

3D Printing Fused Granulate Fabrication Engineering Challenge

The Composite Engineering Challenge, organized by the Mitsubishi Chemicals Group and Wevolver, invited innovators, entrepreneurs, startups, and scaleups to submit projects that make use of fiber-reinforced composites.

Composite Engineering Challenge Community Winner: Interview with Felix Pohlkemper of CarboScreen

Herone is enabling carbon fiber to be recycled while maintaining product quality.

Solution that reinstates the direction-dependent properties of carbon fiber wins the Composite Engineering Challenge.

These ten finalists push the boundaries of using composite materials.

The Composite Engineering Challenge Finalists