Bespoke Composite Panels

Complex problems, expertly solved

Aluminium honeycomb composite panels and structures manufactured by BCP (Bespoke Composite Panels) are utilised in a diverse array of end uses including vacuum tables for printers, flight simulators, trains – even luxury grand pianos! BCP prides itself in coming up with solutions to complex requirements. Our team of engineering experts will develop innovative ways to supply flat or curved panels to your specification.

BCP work to the highest standards

BCP’s quality management system is certified to ISO 9001:2015. This framework helps to control our processes so that the products we manufacture are of a consistently high standard. BCP is also certified to the ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements

We are well placed to manufacture aluminium honeycomb composite panels to both simple and complex specifications so we would welcome you to get in touch. You can view our website here to see what we can offer or contact our Business Development Executive, Max Guthrie, directly on 01480 444790.

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