Graphene 3D Lab changes its name to G6 Materials Corp.

Graphene 3D Lab has announces that on January 23, 2020, the Company will be changing its name to G6 Materials Corp. The Company’s shares will continue to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the same ticker symbol (GGG).

The name change and updated branding reflects the Company’s evolving business strategy and greater focus on new lucrative opportunities in the field of advanced materials. The Company has already developed graphene additives for laminated carbon fiber and fiberglass composites, which are expected by the Company to significantly improve materials currently used in defense, airspace, marine, and automotive industries. The Company also established an industry partnership with a private Singaporean company, with G6 leading the development of new graphene-enhanced composite materials to be used for improved performance and durability for marine vessels and structures.

The Company stated that its headquarters will remain in Ronkonkoma, NY Customers, vendors, and that partners will find no change in the quality of the products offered, obtaining information on current products or services, or conducting business with the new business identity.

Initially, the Company’s focus was a specialty market of graphene 3D printing materials, as manifested by its old name Graphene 3D Lab. Over recent years, the Company has developed a diverse IP portfolio and expertise in the manufacturing of premium-grade graphene materials. The Company has the in-house capacity to create formulations for graphene additives for various materials such as thermoplastics, thermosets such as epoxies, and inks. It allows the Company to tailor graphene properties with a focus on the broad market of industrial composites, making them better, stronger, safer, and lighter.

We are very excited to present this new image of our Company to our shareholders, commented Daniel Stolyarov, the CEO of the Company. Our new corporate name better reflects our updated and broader focus in advanced graphene materials and represents a transition as we strive for significant growth within markets that have potential to deliver substantial returns.

Posted: Jan 21,2020 by Roni Peleg