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"WHEN THE PRICE IS COMING DOWN, THE POTENTIAL MARKETS ARE HUGE"

Hello Kajsa, and welcome to 2D fab! Tell us about your background and experiences.

– I hold a M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and have spent the last nineteen years working as production engineer and in different managerial roles. Prior to joining 2D fab, I worked as production manager for Expancel at Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel). As a person I am curious. I love to learn and in teams optimize productions to achieve the best results possible. That is also what I look forward to the most at 2D fab, we don’t just manage products, we also develop them!

What are your responsibilities at 2D fab?

– As Production Manager I will keep developing our manufacturing process, together with Roland and the rest of the team of course. I have only been working here for a week, so what my exact duties are, remain to be seen. Right now, I spend most of my time overseeing the final assembly of our new production plant.

Graphene can for example be used in cars, making them lighter and more energy efficient.

In your view, what are the greatest challenges and possibilities in graphene commercialization?

– The greatest challenge right now is the price. Graphene is too expensive. This makes potential customers and partner less eager to buy graphene and develop new products. But the price is coming down, and when it does the potential markets are huge. I especially believe in graphene in batteries and composites. Graphene can for example be used in cars, making them lighter and more energy efficient.

 

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