27 October 2015
27 October 2015
Sicomin will present infusion processing solutions that best assist manufacturers within the marine sector, aerospace and sports and leisure markets at CAMX 2015.
Thanks to a new dedicated US distribution facility, Sicomin says its advanced epoxy systems will be available to a broader customer base than ever before. Effective from 1st November 2015 this development is part of the company’s on-going global expansion plan and supports an already established network in Europe, Asia and Australasia.
There will be particular emphasis on the promotion of Sicomin’s Fire Retardant range, Bio resin systems (Greenpoxy 56 and SurfClearEvo) and Clear (TOPClear) systems.
Sicomin will be exhibiting at CAMX 2015, Stand H99.
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