18 October 2011
18 October 2011
The Latin American Composite Materials Association (ALMACO) will organise a trade fair in the second half of 2013, in São Paulo, focusing on composite business' and on strengthening the sector.
"We will gather the entire value chain and, especially, manufacturers and end users of composites.Until today, the events dedicated to our industry were mostly attended by suppliers of raw materials. We need to expand our range of action and demonstrate, in an organised and professional way, our ability to create solutions to the market in general", says Gilmar Lima, President of ALMACO.
ALMACO say the trade fair will be made possible through the participation of all regional offices of ALMACO, chaired by Sabdiel Mella Aravena, General Director of Fibrovent."In the event in Santiago, we were approached by representatives from Argentinean companies willing to conduct the creation of ALMACO in that country", says Lima.Colombia and Mexico should be the next to join.
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