07 August 2010
07 August 2010
Seven experts on composites, plus the famous Brazilian designer Índio da Costa, will present the case for composites to an audience including representatives of main contractors, banks, governments, universities and the society in general.
The Brazilian Composite Materials Association (ABMACO) is preparing the seminar, called “Composites in the 2014 World Cup”, which will take place on the 12th, in Rio de Janeiro (RJ).
“The World Cup will provide numerous business opportunities for the Brazilian composites industry, something at approximately USD 450 million by 2014. And with this event, we will show that we are fully capable of taking advantage of them”, says Gilmar Lima, president of ABMACO.
“Since it is a versatile material, we will participate in most of the investments required to perform the World Cup in Brazil”, he adds.
Established in 2003, MB Spritzgusstechnik in Marktoberdorf, Bayern, Germany is an owner-managed company. MB develops and produces technically sophisticated injection moulded parts from almost all common thermoplastics and recycled materials.
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TRB Lightweight Structures has recently gained the highest DIN 6701 (Parts 1-4) A1 type certification.