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INTERVIEW: Versarien Plc Substantial enquiries from very large blue chip companies

Versarien Plc (LON:VRS) CEO Neill Ricketts talks to DirectorsTalk about the release of it’s annual results for the year to 31 March . Neill talks us through the highlights, updates us on progress and the applications they are looking at, the key to commercial adoption and how the other businesses in the group performing.

Versarien plc, is an advanced engineering materials group. Leveraging proprietary technology, the Group creates innovative engineering solutions for its clients in a diverse range of industries. Versarien has five subsidiaries operating under two divisions:

Thermal and Hard Wear Products

Versarien Technologies Ltd. which produces advanced micro-porous metals targeting the thermal management industry and manufactures extruded aluminium heat sinks for the electronics and computing industries. www.versarien-technologies.co.uk

Total Carbide Ltd, a leading manufacturer in sintered tungsten carbide for applications in arduous environments such as the oil and gas industry. www.totalcarbide.com

Graphene and Plastic Products

2-DTech Ltd, which specialises in the supply, characterisation and early stage development of graphene products. www.2-dtech.com

Cambridge Graphene Ltd, which supplies novel inks based on graphene and related materials, using patented processes and develops graphene materials technology for licensing to manufacturers. www.cambridgegraphene.com

ACC Cyroma Ltd, which specialises in the supply of vacuum-formed and injection-moulded products to the automotive, construction, utilities and retail industry sectors. Using Versarien’s existing graphene manufacturing capabilities, AAC will have the ability to produce graphene-enhanced plastic products. www.aaccyroma.co.uk

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