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NetComposites FRP Materials in Mass Transport Applications Event

09 September 2014

NetComposites FRP Materials in Mass Transport Applications Event

Taking place on 1st October at The Roundhouse, Derby, UK, the one day conference will showcase key innovations within the mass transport industry in using FRP materials. 

The programme for the event has now been released, which highlights further the breadth of topics which will be discussed at the conference. Key topics which will be covered include crashworthiness, design of components, light weighting and examples of good practice.

Sue Keighley, Events and Communications Specialist at NetComposites, comments “We’re delighted to be able to put the spotlight on FRP’s. Often overlooked for more traditional materials, this event will showcase how FRP composites can offer many benefits to the transport sector. This unique event also offers invaluable networking opportunities, with delegates attending from all areas of the supply chain.”

During the day, delegates will hear from speakers from worldwide companies dealing in the mass transport sector. The event is attracting designers, material suppliers, manufacturers and engineers, creating a unique meeting of minds and excellent exchange of ideas.

Registration is open for the event with discount rates available for students. Exhibition and sponsorship opportunities for a variety of budgets are also available at the event. Please click here for our sponsorship brochure. . For the full programme and to register online please click here.






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