What happens at Cato?
CATO IS AN OFFICIAL SBB TRAINING COMPANY
Rheden, July 4th, 2016
Since July 2016 Cato Composite Innovations is accredited by SBB as a training company for technical engineering and business administration. Cato recognizes the need for qualified craftsmen and invests in education and training on the job through offering internships.
SBB is a cooperation between vocational education institutes and industry. Their aim is to offer the best practical education for students to improve their job opportunities. Industry will be provided with the craftsmen they need.
CATO ANNOUNCES BUSINESS RELOCATION
October 23th, 2015
Cato Composite Innovations BV today announced that it has relocated its offices, development and manufacturing plant from Doesburg (NL) to Rheden (NL). The new address, 10 km from Doesburg, is Havelandseweg 8, 6991 GS Rheden, the Netherlands.
February 27th, 2015
Cato will be exhibiting at the JEC show in Paris again
April 11th, 2014
Cato will be exhibiting at the Fakuma show, Friedrichshafen
February 10th, 2014
Cato Composite Innovations BV and AMAC GmbH announce strategic partnership
March 8th, 2013, Cato CI, Doesburg (NL) acquires equipment and technology from Cato Composites AS, Halden (N)
February 13th, 2013, Cato exhibits at JEC 2013, Paris
Cato will be exhibiting at the JEC show, Portes des Versailles, Paris from March 12th-14th 2013 at booth J70.
October 5th 2012, Im Memoriam Marcel Terhaerdt
Ontzet hoorden we afgelopen dinsdagavond van het plotselinge en tragische overlijden van onze collega Marcel Terhaerdt.
February 1st, 2012, Europe and the province of Gelderland (NL) invest in a Dutch consortium of companies led by Cato Composite Innovations BV.
The consortium joines forces to develop light weight and sustainable consumer productsfrom bio-based thermoplastic composites.
July 2nd, 2011, Shoe Box Racing
Geir Bjönnes, a senior developer at Cato Composites, Halden (N) has built this drag race car and races it in a Scandinavian competition. With its low weight and 1800 hp engine, it accelerates from 0 to 270 km/h in 8 sec. Geir is continuously seeking to improve the performance of this car by tuning individual components.