18 May 2012
18 May 2012
SP-High Modulus is to exhibit at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show from 24th-27th May 2012 in Queensland, Australia.
According to SP, the boat show is regarded as the premier marine exhibition in Australia with over 400 exhibitors and an expected 40,000 visitors over the four-day event.
SP’s stand will be located in the Marinebusinessworld.com Pavilion, stand number 132. SP says their staff will be on hand to showcase a range of composite materials and engineering expertise. Products expected to be exhibited at Sanctuary Cove include SP’s extended core range which includes Corecell, PVCell, G-PET and Balsaflex. Promoted alongside the core range will be the B3 SmartPac solution and Spabond 540.
SP’s Queensland distributor CG Composites will also be present on the stand.
Neil Loveland, Technical Development Manager Marine – Asia commented “We look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand at Sanctuary Cove and showcasing our full range of composite materials and engineering expertise”.
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