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JEC Awards 2003:

16 September 2002

Competition for the JEC Awards 2003 is open! For the 6th consecutive year, the JEC Awards will reward the best composite solutions (processes, products and applications that utilise composite materials).

The JEC Awards competition is open to companies from all countries as long as they have developed an exceptional «composite solution» in terms of technical quality and market openings, and will reward partnerships selected among the six following categories: Transport, Civil Engineering, Building & Construction, Industrial Applications, Consumer Goods-Sports & Leisure, and Energy.

The competition is an international event open to all professionals involved in the composite industry worldwide. In just five years, some 650 candidates in all (from the United States, Germany, France, Brazil, Israel, the United Kingdom, Sweden, China, Japan, Belarus, India, Australia...) have set off on the competition. The winners will receive their awards on April 1, 2003, on the occasion of a unique soirée organised as part of the JEC Composites Show (April 1-3, 2003).





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