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NetComposites Wishes Composites UK Luck after a Successful Partnership

18 December 2012

NetComposites wishes Composites UK luck for the future as it sets-up its own offices and employs its first member of staff from the 1st January 2013.

NetComposites has been contracted to administer Composites UK since Autumn 2008 in which time the network has expanded from 80 to 150 members. Following this period of growth, Composites UK is now in a position to employ staff and run its own operations.

Whilst NetComposites will no longer have any involvement in the day-to-day running of Composites UK it is hoped that the long established relationship between the two organisations will continue. NetComposites and Composites UK will continue to liaise through this transition period.

NetComposites would like to reassure customers that all NetComposites’ business will continue as normal. This includes a full programme of conferences, events and training for 2013 which includes the ACIC and ECOCOMP conferences as well as network activities, events, training, the newsletter and other consultancy.





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