Cellbond is an innovative provider of passive safety testing products and equipment within the automotive sector. Over the years Cellbond has demonstrated innovative thinking around our product initiatives and introduced new technologies in close collaboration with our customers.
Our extensive portfolio of products and services includes energy absorbers, crash test barriers, crash test dummies, knee ligaments and head forms as well as test and calibration facilities and the expertise of a highly skilled research and development team.
Cellbond’s approach to product innovation has seen our global footprint rapidly expand. We export over 90% of our products worldwide through an established and reliable logistics network, and are represented in 9 countries across 3 continents. Whilst we primarily operate within the automotive industry our continuous investment in technology, our ingenuity and our commitment to excellence allows us to seize on other diverse opportunities. Most recently we have undertaken bespoke projects within the renewable energy and defence sectors, enhancing our reputation as a company that invests in innovation with the ability to meet challenging customer requirements.
In April 2018, Cellbond celebrated 30 years of innovation with a 2-day Technical Conference which took place at our Huntingdon Headquarters. We welcomed guests from across the globe – customers, suppliers and industry partners, and were delighted to hear talks from our guest speakers, Michiel van Ratingen, Secretary General Euro NCAP, Saeed Barbat, Exec Tech Lead for Safety, Ford Motor Compaby, David Zuby, Exec Vice President, IIHS, Contandinos Visvikis, Manager Child Safety, CYBEX, Steve Moss, Director ATD Systems, DTS, David Hynd, Head of Biomechanics and Injury Prevention Group, TRL, Thomas Kinsky, Senior Expert Product Relations Passive Safety, Opel Automobile, Atsuhiro Konosu, Manager and Senior Researcher at Japan Automobile Reseach Institute (JARI), Cellbond’s Founder and Chairman, Mike Ashmead, and Cellbond ATD Business Development Manager, Paul Lemmen.