22 September 2015
22 September 2015
NetComposites is pleased to announce Premier Composite Technologies as the exclusive sponsor of its brand new conference, Composites in Construction Middle East (CompIC ME), taking place 9-10 February 2016 at The Palm, Dubai.
Over two days, an international audience of professional end-users, architects, asset owners, composite manufacturers, material suppliers, engineers, consultants and designers will attend the conference being held at the Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai.
Premier Composite Technologies (PCT) was founded in 2006 in Dubai Investments Park. Over the years PCT has positioned itself as a global supplier and manufacturer of advanced composite components, delivering numerous key projects to its worldwide customer base.
PCT focuses on six core market sectors:
Today the company proudly employs over 1,400 employees and in 2015, the company is expecting to hire approximately 600 new workers for key future projects.
Last year PCT produced over 60,000 sq.m of composite panels to be installed over a diverse range of projects. The addition of two new facilities has increased its production facilities and the total production area to over 672,000 sq.ft.
Sue Keighley, Events and Communications Specialist at NetComposites said, “Following the success of CompIC in Amsterdam last February, we are excited to be taking the CompIC conference to the Middle East. This is an area of substantial growth for the FRP market in relation to construction and will bring companies and individuals from across the supply chain in contact with potential new business partners, which Premier Composite Technologies have acknowledged through their support.”
For more information, and to register for the event please visit http://mecompositesin.construction/
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