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Scott Bader set for Chinese Composite show

14 August 2008

Scott Bader will be showcasing its range of resins, gelcoats and polymers at the China Composites Exhibition in Shanghai from September 17-19.

The UK firm is a world leader in the composites sector and believes in combining innovation and expertise with a clear objective to work with customers to find cost-effective and workable solutions to their needs.

Among the products under the spotlight at the Shanghai show are the company’s Crestapol range, the Crystic 344A FR resin and filler, brush and spray gelcoats and the Crestomer range of marine adhesives.

Produced at five manufacturing sites across the world, the Scott Bader range has applications throughout the composites sector, particularly in the marine, land transport, wind energy and building and construction industries.






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