Locations

National Composites multiple locations allows us to serve and specialize in specific market segments. Below is a list of our current locations.

National Composites Hq

National Composites Corporate Headquarters

National Composites headquarters is located in Troy Michigan. This location houses our leadership, sales, HR, marketing, accounting, and purchasing departments. Our leadership team is committed to our customer’s success. It is our goal to ensure reliability in our company and people, and quality in our parts.

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Able Manufacturing Exterior

Able Manufacturing

Established in 1954, Able has a long history of providing quality metal and fiberglass composite assemblies. With over 320,000 sq. ft. of ISO-certified production space, Able specializes in open and closed molding; custom thermoform plastic, and metal fabrication solutions.

These capabilities provide custom assemblies and components to their wide range of customers, big and small. Due to these diverse capabilities, Able serves many different markets, including Wind, Agriculture, Heavy Equipment, and more. Ables’s impressive size allows us to produce composite ranging as large as 40+ feet in length. Big or small, most of the parts and assemblies produced at Able are finished through our Class-A paint facility.

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Molded Plastic Industries (MPI) Headquarters in Holt, Michigan

MPI (Molded Plastics Industries)

Molded Plastics Industries (MPI) opened its doors in 1974, as a manufacturer of fiberglass reinforced products. It has since added a second building producing vacuum and thermoformed products. The core markets MPI serves are electric and specialty vehicle, and medical, currently producing a variety of interior and exterior panels and components. MPI has a very experienced group dedicated to value‐added component installation and assembly.
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Great Lakes Composite Headquarters in Owosso, Michigan

Great Lakes Composite

Great Lakes Composite’s core customer base is the marine and recreation industry with nine OEM’s in this classification, producing helm stands, center consoles, seat bases, dock boxes, table tops, and more. This facility is also currently producing a wide array of products for the hospitality market including, walk-in bathtubs, restaurant booths, residential/office furniture, door skins, and more. This location offers multiple molding capabilities including Hand Lay-Up, Spray-Up, CCBM, LCM, RTM and LRTM.  Great Lakes Composite has a full assembly group dedicated to value‐add component installation and assembly. 

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Exterio office headquarters for Excel Pattern and Tool

Excel Pattern and Tool

Excel Pattern and Tool specializes in a wide range of mold and tooling design and construction. Our capabilities include prototype and production gauges, fixtures and secondary tooling, as well as low volume production assembly and hand layup. Our extremely experienced staff has over 100 combined years of experience and are committed to making your vision become a reality.

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Sunrise Fiberglass Headquarters in Wyoming, Minnesota

Sunrise Fiberglass

Sunrise Fiberglass has been open since 1968. Their staff is made up of career fiberglass specialists with decades of experience. The team at Sunrise have the diverse skill sets and capabilities to execute our customers’ needs in the heavy equipment market and beyond. Sunrise is currently building parts for cranes, skid-steers, paving equipment, mining equipment, trains, underground infrastructure, and more. With multiple molding capabilities and an extremely advanced paint, bonding, and assembly department, Sunrise specializes in producing complex parts and large sub-assemblies.

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American Recreational Products

American Recreational Products (ARP) is a division of National Composites. ARP is focused on the development and production of National Composite’s proprietary and recreational watercraft, Paddle Wheeler, and Boka Marine.  

For over 40 years Paddle Wheeler’s handcrafted pedal boats have been known as the highest quality pedal boats available. The fun designs and color options make Paddle Wheelers ideal for a rental fleet as well as personal recreation. Regardless of the use, the durable fiberglass frame can withstand it all. Constructed of rigid fiberglass with urethane foam flotation, Paddle Wheelers are built to last.

Boka Marine, ARP’s newest product line, is a compact pontoon e-boat. Boka E-boats utilize the same fiberglass frame technology as its cousin, Paddle Wheeler.  However, instead of pedal power, Boka E-boats are powered by a Torqeedo Ultralight motor.  The Ultralight 1103 motor is a rechargeable battery-powered, 3HP motor.  Each fully charged battery can provide up to four hours of battery life and reach speeds of 7mph.  Boka E-boats can also be customized with a solar-powered electronics package that includes blue tooth speakers, interior lights, navigation lights, and LED accent lights.  Designed to fit just about any boating budget from angling to amusement, Boka E-boats deliver.

Currently, Paddle Wheeler boats are built In Owosso, Michigan at Great Lakes Composites, and Boka E-boats are built at Able Manufacturing our Joplin, Missouri facility.  In the near future though, both ARP product lines will be constructed in Fenton, Michigan.  A new facility which is estimated to employ as many as 59 jobs is slated to break ground in January of 2023.

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