01 August 2017
01 August 2017
Microcab has announced its involvement in the new pan-European project ECOBULK – Circular Process for Eco-Designed Bulky Products and Internal Car Parts.
With a budget of €12.3 million, the project brings together 27 partners across 12 countries and runs from 2017 to 2021 as part of the H2020 Research and Innovation funding platform.
ECOBULK, through a large scale demonstration effort, will contribute to 'closing the loop' of composite products in the automotive, furniture and building sectors by promoting greater re-use, upgrade, refurbishment and recycle of products, parts and materials. It will bring opportunities for both the environment and the economy by offering business opportunities along the entire new defined supply and value chains. ECOBULK's approach will be based on identifying and promoting commonalities in processes, technologies, products and services, ensuring replicability and transferability to other industrial sectors.
"Many in the UK R&D community see the Brexit process as an unwelcome distraction so to win a major EU project now gives us an important bridge of continuity at a time when our future relationship to Europe remains unclear," says John Jostins, Microcab's CEO.
IMM CarraraFiere, creator and organiser of Seatec, the exhibition dedicated to technology, components, design and subcontracting for the yachting industry, has entered into a wide range of collaborations with the main associations and trade organisations of the respective sectors to increase the relationships between customers and suppliers, and cultural institutions and industry.
At the 2019 JEC Composites show, 12-14 March 2019 at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, CGTech will demonstrate how advanced programming strategies and simulation can lead to better composite parts.
TRB Lightweight Structures is delighted to announce it has been selected by Elekta as one of its top twenty suppliers. The company will manufacture a lightweight flooring solution which will be used in the rooms, or bunkers, that accommodate Elekta’s Unity MR-linac.