14 May 2013
14 May 2013
The 16th annual GO Carbon Fiber conference will be taking place from 8 – 10 October in Seattle, US.
The conference will look at what role big chemical companies play in the future of carbon fibre, how automation can open up new opportunities, what standards will materialise in the future and their benefits, connecting the composites design community with the machinery manufacturers to improve fabrication efficiencies and will ask if companies are maximising the role of academia and R&D in the supply chain.
The organisers say that this conference brings together the senior figures and decision makers, and focus specifically on the carbon fibre industry. It will build on the momentum of the previous events in engaging the newest players in the market unafraid to address the key issues at the heart of future growth of the carbon fibre sector.
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