About Crane Composites


Crane Composites Inc., a subsidiary of Crane Co. (NYSE:CR), is the world's leading provider of fiber-reinforced composite materials.


Since 1954, we have continued to pioneer numerous patented technologies for industrial and commercial product applications. We’ve built a proven reputation for industry leadership by partnering with customers and suppliers to deliver advanced, industry-leading solutions.


Our products and our team reflect our mission statement: We are a performance driven organization committed to global leadership and the production of high quality composite materials. And we are committed to profitable growth that benefits our employees and stakeholders by adhering to our high standards of Operational Excellence and our Crane Values.


Customers benefit not only from the outstanding performance characteristics of our products; they also realize value from our extensive product support program available at facilities worldwide. Globally, our expert product teams are focused on the needs of customers to provide unparalleled service and expertise.  
Crane Composites employs approximately 700 people worldwide with manufacturing sites in Channahon, IL; Jonesboro, AR; Florence, KY and Goshen, IN. Click here to see photos and addresses of our facilities.

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COMPANY PROFILE

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Over 60 Years

WE ARE SPECIALISTS

Kemlite was established in 1954 and was acquired by Crane Co. in 1985. In 2007, the company name was changed from Kemlite to Crane Composites reflecting new product developments beyond hygenic wall panels .

 

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What is FRP?

FRP, fiberglass reinforced plastic, is a composite made from fiberglass reinforcement in a plastic (polymer) matrix

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Manufactured in the USA

Crane Composites certifies that FRP panels sold under the names Glasbord, Innovative Finishes, Sequentia, Filon, Noble, ArmorTuf and Kemlite are domestic end products, manufactured or produced in the United States.