Our composite structures division utilizes a full range of braided, woven, and raw fibers together with proprietary, state-of-the-art technology -- exclusive to Highland -- to create products for use in a wide variety of structural applications.


  • High strength-to-weight ratio
  • Lightweight
  • Cost-effective
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Excels at complex product design and geometries

Composites have proven useful across numerous industries seeking to take advantage of superior strength to weight ratio and the technology’s strength in manufacturing complex product designs.


  • Pressure vessels
  • Oil & Gas exploration - tubing, piping
  • Aerospace - jet engine turbines and components, wing components, rotorcraft, drones, aircraft light-weighting
  • Automotive - drive train, body and wheel light-weighting
  • Wind energy - turbine blades, tower, and components
  • Utilities - electricity production & transmission cables
  • Medical devices - imaging equipment, implants, orthopedics, prosthetics
  • Sporting goods - equipment, bicycle frames and components
  • Marine - masts, propellers, oars, hulls, tillers, beams, struts
  • Construction - bridges, concrete reinforcement, restoration
  • Military - rocket components, satellite components, munitions tubing, protective gearing


A Closer Look at Highland

When quality control means everything

Highland doesn’t simply deliver on our customers’ needs. We internalize them. "Good enough" is never good enough.  Learn more

If you can define a need, we can create a high-performance solution for it.

Every customer need is different. Satisfying those needs takes a culture, not a catalog.  Learn more

What do we live for? A challenge.

We’re out on the edge of materials science and engineering. Now, watch us go even farther.  Learn more

How do we define “clean”?

A little bit lab. A little bit factory. A little bit operating room. Our attention to detail starts with a new definition of "clean."  Learn more

Technical excellence is our standard

Technical challenges are our bread and butter. Please do feed the engineers.  Learn more