New production plant, new employees, and recurring orders. A lot has happened for 2D fab in recent years. Before we take a short holiday break, I would like to take a moment to recap 2D fab’s journey, what we have achieved so far – and what we aim for in the future.

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Both 2D fab and the graphene market have seen significant changes these last few years. It takes time to establish a new material, but the market is clearly on an upward curve. With close to 10 years in business, we’ve positioned ourselves at the forefront of high-volume graphene production on the international market.

2D fab is currently in an exciting stage of expansion and scaleup. Over the course of the last year, we’ve bolstered our organization and developed our production process further. In June, we also opened our new site which includes offices, production facilities and an R&D lab. The lab provides fantastic possibilities for product development, and the spacious facilities offer us – in conjunction with our scalable production process – the rare ability to quickly ramp up production, which is one of our long- term comparative advantages.

We are about to enter a new phase of commercialization. Our goal is to use graphene to offer our customers more efficient production, and products that are both stronger and better than current offerings. We are highly market-focused and maintain close ties to several exciting partners and customers. We have also secured both supply contracts and recurring orders, which makes us a leading actor in the Swedish graphene market.

Graphene will play an important role in international industrial development for many years ahead, and new innovations are bound to spring from the unique properties of the material. Our journey ahead is marked by exciting challenges and opportunities. It takes time, but nano materials are the future – and the future is now.

Here are some key things to look forward to in 2023:

  • 2D fab celebrates 10 years in business
  • Expecting large industrial graphene orders
  • An increased interest for graphene - driving the industries request for more sustainable products and processes