03 March 2015
03 March 2015
Future Materials Group (FMG) will talk about the opening of its new UK facilities and plans for expansion at JEC Europe 2015.
FMG explains that it assists businesses at all stages of development from start-up to maturity, by creating and increasing value through accelerating and managing growth. Building on a highly successful 2014, during which they saw dramatic growth, the company says it will continue to invest in building its research and analysis capabilities and in strengthening its presence in key strategic regions throughout 2015.
To facilitate these growth plans, FMG recently moved into new UK offices in Cambridge, UK. This location offers a modern, attractive working environment and outstanding facilities.
FMG says it has already established a presence in Japan and in 2015, as part of its overall global strategy; the company is planning to strengthen its presence in other strategic regions. The first stage of this expansion will be in the DACH (Germany/Austria/Switzerland) area.
FMG's attendance at JEC Europe 2015 follows a year in which the company says it has seen significant growth and concluded a number of deals. One venture involved Sumitomo Bakelite's US$25 million strategic acquisition of Vaupell Holdings and allowed them to extend their high performance plastic technologies offering, from its position in automotive components, to the dynamic aircraft interiors market.
FMG will be exhibiting in Hall 7.3, Stand G72.
Photo provided by Future Materials Group.
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