Hanwha acquired Cimarron Composites in 2021, a leading company for design and manufacturing of high-quality, state-of-the-art COPV for a broad range of gas storage applications.
Cimarron Composites originally began as an internal venture at NASA in 2008 by Tom DeLay, a 23-year veteran in materials science at NASA. The business is now operating as Hanwha Cimarron.
Field of Business
Hanwha Cimarron plans to invest $130 million for a new manufacturing facility in Opelika, Alabama to supply large-scale tanks for hydrogen tube trailers.
Tanks for hydrogen filling stations and to expand into tanks for urban air mobility (UAM).
Aerospace applications and cargo ships carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG).