Fairmat provides advice to its customers about how to gain maximum benefit from using recycled carbon fiber composite. Products that may previously be designed and manufactured from metals, wood, plastic, etc. are now being replaced by recycled carbon fiber composite; It is an enabling technology and can open up new ways of designing improved products to achieve higher technical performance through lightweight strength.
For many applications, recycled carbon fiber composite can mean lower whole lifecycle costs than using traditional materials, due to benefits such as durability and low in-use energy costs.
This commitment is reflected in our team’s daily operations by an approach that aims to improve our environmental and social performance, both for our plant and in our office.
We want to help prevent landfilling or incinerations of a high growing raw material while reducing the emission of CO2 per kilo recycled thanks to our proprietary technology.
At Fairmat, we are passionate about the fact that we are
contributing to create something great and unique to the
carbon composite recycling business.
Benjamin is recognized as a world-known co-inventor in the aerospace industry for the TiSeat©, the world’s lightest aircraft seat. He has been recognized multiple times and received prestigious awards like the Montgolfier Medal, the JEC Innovation Award in 2014, the INPI award in 2017 and 2020 aerospace personality of the year by USAIRE.
General Partner and Co-Founder at Singular, European tech venture capital firm based in Paris and London. He specializes on B2B companies and has a long history of investing in Computer Vision, Deep Tech and Infrastructure. Before cofounding Singular, Raffi was a Partner at Alven where he spent eight years and backed the likes of Algolia, Dataiku or Qonto from their earliest stages. He holds a MSc in Telecommunications Engineering from Ensimag (France) and an MBA from Insead.