07 January 2011
07 January 2011
The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) has announced the complete schedule of Composites 2011, to be held in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., February 2-4.
This years program includes a full range of business, professional and educational sessions to help attendees grow and remain competitive in traditional and emerging markets. From manufacturing basics to the latest technologies, the leaders of industry, science and academia provide attendees with the information they need to meet the challenges of the industry.
We have built on the success of last years landmark convention to bring attendees a conference experience that will give them the breadth of information that they need to succeed in todays competitive market,said ACMA Chief Staff Executive Tom Dobbins. We have also expanded our education by partnering with SAMPE, SPE and the Adhesives and Sealants Council to provide education. <
The annual event is designed to provide composites manufacturers, end users, suppliers and distributors with the ideas, solutions, education, and networking they need to remain knowledgeable and competitive.
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