SP-High Modulus to Exhibit at IBEX 2012

09 October 2012

SP-High Modulus will be exhibiting at the International Boatbuilders Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) in Louisville, Kentucky, US.

Exhibiting at booth number 1543, SP says it will have staff on hand to guide customers through the range of advanced composite materials and engineering services it has available. Products promoted at the exhibition will include SP-High Modulus’ full range of core materials, including G-PET, Balsaflex, Corecell and PVCell G-Foam.

SP will also have the latest edition of Advantage magazine, its marine magazine that highlights a number of articles on the latest boat building projects involving SP’s advanced composite materials and engineering. Included in this latest edition are articles on US-based projects, The SpeedDream project, a radical sailing yacht aiming to be faster than all sailing monohulls built to date and The Greenough Advanced Rescue Craft or G.A.R.C, a small craft developed for a multitude of applications.

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