Element Materials Technology Holding Netherlands B.V. operates a network of laboratories specializing in failure analysis and consulting, materials testing, product qualification testing, and other services to customers worldwide. The company offers services to advanced materials, such as composites, polymers, and rubber and elastomers; metals and alloys, including aluminum, iron, magnesium, nickel, steel, superalloys, titanium, and copper; and nonmetals, which comprise asphalt and bitumen, ceramics, glass and glass fibers, and textiles, as well as concrete, stone, and masonry. It serves aerospace and defense, oil and gas, power generation, transportation, and other industries. Element Mater...
Amsterdam, 1014 BV
Founded in 1987
Element Materials Technology Holding Netherlands Announces Executive Changes
Mar 25 15
Element Materials Technology Holding Netherlands announced that it has appointed John R. Nelson as its new Executive Vice President (EVP), Transportation & Industrials, supporting the company’s sustained, ambitious growth strategy within the Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC) sector. John assumed his new role on March 16, 2015, with his appointment following the retirement of previous EVP, Transportation & Industrials, Chris LaMothe, who joined Element at the time of their acquisition of Sherry Testing Laboratories.
Element Materials Technology B.V. Announces Expansion of its High Pressure and Temperature Materials Testing Facility at Element Hitchin, UK
Sep 26 14
Element Materials Technology B.V. is to open a new high pressure high temperature (HPHT) laboratory at Element Hitchin, UK, more than doubling its capacity in evaluating and qualifying materials for Oil & Gas sector clients. The new laboratory features, mobile control systems for monitoring pressure and temperature that have been designed and developed specifically for the new laboratory. Element Hitchin’s existing HPHT facilities have now been consolidated into a single purpose-designed facility, improving efficiency and customer lead times.