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Archive for September, 2011

More from CarbonHans’ and The National Defense Magazine

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Auto parts manufacturers in North Carolina that usually spend their time catering to NASCAR are now teaming up with the Army’s Special Operations Command to make commandos’ vehicles faster, lighter, safer, and more efficient. Check out the following link to read more about how and why.

“Something as simple as replacing the steel panels on vehicles with composites such as carbon fiber could reduce the vehicle’s weight by up to 70 percent”, according to Hans deBot, president of deBotech Inc., “making it quicker and more maneuverable”.

CarbonHans’ interview with National Defense Magazine/ October 2011 Issue

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

deBotech, Inc. continues to support the economic development and growth in North Carolin.

“North Carolina is on the right track to try to solve the issues at hand,” said deBot. “That’s what these people are trying to do — bring these companies and big military and defense contractors to a realization that they’re tapping into a resource that can really bring them to the next level.”

“All we now need is just the opportunities and we’ll shine like a new penny,” deBot said.

Check out the link below for the rest of the article written by Grace V. Jean of the National Defense Magazine
Motorsports Racing Industry Sees Opportunities in Defense Article