TenCate Advanced Armour, a renowned provider of composite armor solutions for 25 years, has rebranded itself as Integris Composites. With this transformation, Integris is poised to continue developing, testing, and manufacturing ballistic armor while venturing into new markets where composite solutions offer distinct advantages.
For decades, Integris has been a trusted partner for defense contractors like Boeing, Airbus, General Dynamics, BAE Systems, and major police agencies. The company specializes in manufacturing hard armor plates for military and law enforcement, as well as offering ballistic and blast protection for land vehicles, aircraft, and naval vessels. They also produce anti-ballistic composites used in structural housings for sensitive technologies such as optronics.
Integris’ CEO, John W. Mercer, emphasizes that despite the name change, the company’s commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction remains unchanged. They have the capability to engineer and manufacture cutting-edge composite solutions that meet or exceed customer expectations, even in high-risk environments.
The name “Integris” was chosen after surveying employees to define the business’s core characteristics, including reliability, integrity, innovation, design-engineering, research, and development.
Integris stands out as a comprehensive provider of ballistic armor and survivability solutions for personal protection, air, land, and sea vehicles, and tactical technologies used by defense authorities and leading police agencies worldwide. This broad range of offerings sets them apart from other firms, as they can support all segments of the industry.
With facilities in Denmark, France, and the USA, Integris is well-equipped to develop, test, and manufacture armor solutions. Their commitment to innovation, coupled with their new name, positions them to expand their presence in sectors where lightweight, high-performance composite solutions offer a competitive edge.
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