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Creative Composites to Exhibit at Composites Engineering Show

04 November 2014

Creative Composites will be exhibiting at the upcoming Composites Engineering Show at the NEC, Birmingham, UK.

According to Creative Composites the stand will showcase the latest in glass and carbon fibre reinforced composite parts.  The company also states it will have engineers on hand to discuss current or future projects that could be improved with the use of composites.

Jonathan Holmes, Commercial Director at Creative Composites commented “We are excited to be able to showcase a range of high quality moulded parts at the Advanced Engineering Show.  We have attended the show in previous years and the quality of exhibitors and visitors from the world of Engineering is second to none.  Our plan is to display a range of composite parts from different industries including automotive, material handling, vending and aerospace. Creative Composites is an innovative and growing company, we are involved in some very exciting projects, with world leading OEMs, and so it should prove to be a great event”.

Creative Composites will be exhibiting at stand G170 at the show.





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