2020: A year of obstacles and progress for DCMC
At DCMC, we look back on 2020 with mixed feelings. We have been able to make good strides this year in several areas but, of course, DCMC has also encountered the obstacles of the corona crisis, which still has the Netherlands and the rest of the world in its grip. Nevertheless, we have certainly moved forward. Not as far as we would like, but we have made progress at DCMC on which we can continue to build in the coming year and in the period after the pandemic.
For this reason, we would like to briefly look back on the past year, which has almost come to an end, as well as forward to 2021. Where do we stand and what are DCMC’s plans for the coming year?
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Progress and uncertainty
As mentioned previously, feelings about 2020 are mixed. Yes, the corona crisis has brought a halt to many things and we have only been able to realize our ambitions to a limited extent. Nevertheless, we also conclude that we have made progress in various areas on which we can continue to build in the coming year. Much is still uncertain and will remain so as long as Covid-19 has not yet been overcome and continues to affect the sectors in which our partners operate to a greater or lesser extent.
Opportunities for the future
However, as every crisis in the past has proven, it also offers opportunities for the future. An example can already be seen in the aviation sector, where older aircraft types are being decommissioned earlier to make way for new, more energy-efficient aircraft in which composites are used to a large extent.
We would like to invite you to “think ahead” with us about new projects, innovations and partnerships that will take the maintenance of composite structures to a higher level. Together, we can prepare for a future in which composites and their maintenance will play an increasing role in making the economy more sustainable.
Last but not least, we would like to wish all of our partners and business relations a happy holiday season, despite the current limitations, and a healthy and successful 2021.
Special thanks to: