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NetComposites Launches New Composites Information Web Site

01 April 2001

The JEC Composites Show saw the launch of our unique new web-based information service on composite materials, http://www.netcomposites.com.
This new industry portal gives the very latest composites news, events information and career opportunities alongside a forum for discussion on composites and a comprehensive 60-page guide to composites for those new to the subject. The web site also integrates six of the world’s most comprehensive composites stores, holding well over 500 books, videos, CDs, market reports, journals and software products, all on composites.
The objective of the site is to educate and inform all those involved in composites, bringing together the best information to benefit the whole composites industry. The new on-line presence for NetComposites, goes part way towards our business objective of knowledge development and provision in composites.
You can visit the new web site at http://www.netcomposites.com, or contact Gordon Bishop at NetComposites by phone on +44 7641 119898 or by email: gordon.bishop@netcomposites.com
NetComposites is a unique, highly integrated web and offline business, developing and providing knowledge on composites. In addition to the web portal detailed here and this email newsletter, we also develop innovative technologies and generic knowledge for the composites industry, to enable the whole composites industry to be more competitive. NetComposites actively supports composites information and implementation in over 60 countries, and the synergy between its web and offline activities makes it one of the most knowledgeable companies in composites today.





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