Axion Building Materials: Economical Future of Structural Design

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Axion eco-friendly structural building materials

Axion International designs, develops and manufactures a new generation of eco-friendly structural building materials unlike virtually anything currently available. Patented technologies, in Axion building materials, developed by scientists at Rutgers University, transform recycled consumer and industrial plastics into structural products.

Compared to traditional infrastructure materials such as wood, steel or concrete, Axion’s American-made products are more durable and significantly longer lasting. They are formulated using proprietary processes, of 100% recycled plastic.

The company’s representative, Charles D. Dahan, is working with Maryland Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck. They discussed the opportunities for Axion in the State, both environmentally and economically.

axion building materials in a bridge, came to maryland via trade ambassador kapneck.
Trade Ambassador Kapneck worked with Axion.

Environmentally, Maryland’s ports, bays, waterways and byways projects could be constructed (or reconstructed) with materials that don’t rust, won’t corrode or rot, and don’t emit any toxins.

Axion Structural Marine Products

Axion’s marine products such as pilings, “dolphins” (piling groupings to protect piers and set boundaries for channel travel), bulkheads and their applications to all areas of our waterways would have an important beneficial impact on Maryland’s marine areas.

Economically, jobs would be created by repairing and replacing piers, pilings, decking, bulkheads, etc. that are in need of renovation.

Axion Building Materials Maryland Office

Axion is in the process of opening a satellite office in Maryland to attract new companies for utilization of Axion products and services in the area.

Contact the Axion Maryland representative Charles D. Dahan, who worked with Trade Ambassador Philip Kapneck, at [email protected]

Trade Ambassador Kapneck has helped many companies locate their operations in Maryland. See more references to Trade Ambassador Kapneck’s work at his website, tradeambassadorkapneck.com.

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