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CONCRETE CANVAS PATENT SUCCESS AS PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION AGAINST EUROBENT/TILTEX™ UPHELD BY APPEAL COURT.


02 JULY 2018

In April, a Polish court issued a preliminary injunction against Eurobent Sp.zo.o – the manufacturer of Tiltex™ (a cement/sand filled GCL product marketed as a GCCM*) – to refrain from infringement of Concrete Canvas Technology Ltd.’s patent PL/EP 2027319.

The court of appeal in Wroclaw has rejected the appeal by Eurobent Sp.z o.o and upheld the preliminary injunction to refrain from infringement of Concrete Canvas Technology Ltd.’s patent.

The fine for non-compliance remains amongst the highest on record set by a Polish court for a case of this type.

Concrete Canvas wish to reiterate that they will seek to enforce their intellectual property rights where they have grounds to believe that they are being infringed by a manufacturer, distributor or otherwise.

-ENDS

 

ABOUT CONCRETE CANVAS

Concrete Canvas Ltd. was incorporated in the UK in 2005, it manufactures three award winning products, Concrete Canvas®, Concrete Canvas Shelters™ and CC Hydro™. These products were developed to exploit a unique material technology invented by Peter Brewin (MEng) and Will Crawford (MEng) whilst studying Industrial Design Engineering at Imperial College and the Royal College of Art in London.

Concrete Canvas Ltd’s core material technology enables the supply of unique construction solutions that are extremely fast, easy to install and environmentally friendly. The company prides itself on innovation, quality and responsiveness to our customers’ needs.

The primary markets for Concrete Canvas Ltd are in the civil infrastructure (road and rail), mining and petrochemical sectors where CC is used for erosion control applications such as channel lining, slope protection and bund lining. The company has grown rapidly since 2005 and has sold its products to over 80 countries around the world.

 

*Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat

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See also:

Preliminary injunction issued against Tiltex manufacturer Eurobent

United Concrete Canvas Russia issues warning about Concrete Canvas® copycats

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PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION ISSUED AGAINST TILTEX MANUFACTURER, EUROBENT AND SUIT FILED AGAINST DISTRIBUTOR FRANK FOR INFRINGEMENT OF CONCRETE CANVAS PATENT


23 APRIL 2018

A Polish court has issued a preliminary* injunction against Eurobent Sp.zo.o the manufacturer of Tiltex™ (a cement/sand filled GCL product marketed as a GCCM) to refrain from infringement of Concrete Canvas Technology Ltd.’s patent PL/EP 2027319. The fine for non-compliance is the highest on record set by the Polish courts for a case of this type.

Concrete Canvas has also filed a suit in Germany against Frank GmbH who distribute Tiltex™ under the brand Frank BVR 9000™ and Eurobent Sp.zo.o jointly for infringement of Concrete Canvas Technology Ltd.’s patent EP 2027319 B1.

Concrete Canvas wish to reiterate that they will seek to enforce their intellectual property rights where they have grounds to believe that they are being infringed by a manufacturer, distributor or otherwise.*

-ENDS

 

ABOUT CONCRETE CANVAS

Concrete Canvas Ltd. was incorporated in the UK in 2005, it manufactures three award winning products, Concrete Canvas®, Concrete Canvas Shelters™ and CC Hydro™. These products were developed to exploit a unique material technology invented by Peter Brewin (MEng) and Will Crawford (MEng) whilst studying Industrial Design Engineering at Imperial College and the Royal College of Art in London.

Concrete Canvas Ltd’s core material technology enables the supply of unique construction solutions that are extremely fast, easy to install and environmentally friendly. The company prides itself on innovation, quality and responsiveness to our customers’ needs.

The primary markets for Concrete Canvas Ltd are in the civil infrastructure (road and rail), mining and petrochemical sectors where CC is used for erosion control applications such as channel lining, slope protection and bund lining. The company has grown rapidly since 2005 and has sold its products to over 80 countries around the world.

 

* Not yet final

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See also:

Concrete Canvas Patent success as Preliminary Injunction against Eurobent/Tiltex upheld by Appeal Court

United Concrete Canvas Russia issues warning about Concrete Canvas® copycats

Business News Wales, an online publication which aims to provide Welsh businesses with a voice, has featured Concrete Canvas’ big win at the Welsh Business Awards. To read the article in full, click here.

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CONCRETE CANVAS LTD TAKES HOME THREE AWARDS AT 2017 WELSH BUSINESS AWARDS


09 MARCH 2018

The winners of The South Wales Chamber of Commerce Welsh Business Awards 2017 have been announced at a glittering awards ceremony held at City Hall in Cardiff, with Concrete Canvas Ltd taking home three awards.

The Treforest-based company won the Success Through Innovation and Success Through Overseas Trade awards before being named Welsh Business of the Year for 2017.

Concrete Canvas produces a flexible, concrete impregnated fabric that hardens on hydration to form a thin, durable, water proof and fire resistant concrete layer.

Since the company’s conception in 2004, when it was formed by Co-Directors Peter Brewin and William Crawford, the business has grown from strength to strength, and now exports internationally, with its products used in more than 80 countries around the world.

Peter Brewin, Co-Director, Concrete Canvas Ltd said: “When our name was called for the first time we were absolutely delighted but to be called back to the stage three times was completely overwhelming. These awards are testament to the hard-work that the team has put in over the last 18 months and I couldn’t be prouder of all that we have achieved.”

Heather Myers, Director of South and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce said: “The calibre of entries for this year’s Awards was extremely high and I think we have ended up with some very worthy winners.

“Concrete Canvas is an innovative, globally ambitious company that is making an impact for the Welsh economy, while demonstrating a strong focus on future growth and an understanding of how to make this happen.”

A record number of entries were submitted for the Welsh Business Awards this year, up by 19% on previous years.

The awards aim to recognise the very best from businesses of all sizes, and from all industries, nationwide, who play a fundamental role in the Welsh economy.

The University of South Wales was headline sponsor for this year’s awards, with the Success through Innovation category sponsored by Western Power Distribution, and Success through Overseas Trade category sponsored by Barclays Bank.

-ENDS

 

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Concrete Canvas has been named as the winner of a Lloyds National Business Award!

The company has won the Samsung Innovation Award. Our co-director Will Crawford attended an ceremony where he was presented with the prestigious award.

Concrete Canvas co-founders, Will Crawford and Peter Brewin, have been featured in Business News Wales as the official success stories for the Faces of a Vibrant Economy campaign run by Grant Thornton UK LLP.

The campaign is part of Grant Thornton’s “commitment to shaping a vibrant economy in the UK” and showcases some of the people across the UK who are helping to do just that. This year, Will and Pete were one of just three of the Company’s Cardiff branch’s 25 nominees to make it to the final 100 Faces.

The campaign was launched on Wednesday 8th November, where professional portraits of the final 100 Faces, captured by Getty, were shown in an exhibition in London.

Find out more about the Faces of a Vibrant Economy campaign here, and see Business News Wales’ full article here.

A report recently published by CC researched and written by Vladimir Mironov has found that Concrete Canvas (CC) has half the Carbon Footprint of conventional concrete.

The study included comparisons of the Embodied Carbon levels of a CC lined channel with a conventional concrete channel transportation carbon costs for locally sourced concrete supplies in comparison to CC which can be transported up to five times further.

To find out more read the report in full here.

The inventors and Co-Founders of Concrete Canvas Peter Brewin and William Crawford were on site today to launch the first Concrete Canvas demo-park opening in Russia.

The main applications for the material have been utilised at the United Concrete Canvas Russia demo-park to allow visitors to assess the benefits of the material.

To view one of the articles of this momentous occasion (in Russian) please click here.

Concrete Canvas Ltd has won the Award for Technical Innovation at the 2017 Ground Engineering Awards.

After review by a panel of over 50 expert judges Concrete Canvas won in recognition of the innovation of its ground-breaking all-in-one armoured impermeable liner CC Hydro™.

CC Hydro™ combines the company’s core Concrete Canvas (Geosynthetic Cementitious Composite Mat) concrete impregnated fabric technology with a high impermeability chemically resistant geomembrane backing. View the press release here.

The Mott Macdonald run Bund Lining project at SemLogistics Tank 114 Milford Haven has won an ICE Wales Cymru 2017: Innovation Award.

The contractor for the project was Jones Brothers (Henllan) Ltd.

This is the first award Concrete Canvas has won for the use of CC Hydro™ we now manufacture 3 award winning products!

View further information here.