24 January 2017
24 January 2017
Kordsa has won the Jury’s Special Award in the ‘Project Contest on Energy Efficiency in Industry’ organised by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Renewable Energy Directorate General.
Kordsa says it has added one more award to its already existing grants. With the energy efficiency applications in the scope of its sustainability approaches, Kordsa explains that it was granted the award, which was accepted by Ali Çalışkan, Kordsa’s Deputy Director General responsible of Europe, Middle East and Africa regions.
The contest is organised to increase the information exchange between businesses and to encourage new and similar applications.
Kordsa’s award plaque was bestowed by the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources Undersecretary Fatih Dönmez at the award ceremony which took place at the 8th Energy Efficiency Forum and Fair held in Istanbul, Turkey.
Since its UK launch 15 months ago, Scott Bader reports that seven GelTint service centres are now fully operational, covering the UK and Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia, Iceland, Finland, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany and Austria.
Composites Europe will be inviting designers, engineers, technicians, converters and buyers from the composites industry, as well as the application industries dealing with composites, to visit Stuttgart, Germany, on 19-21 September 2017.
Hexcel reports that it will be launching a new UK government-backed £7.4 million research and development project Multi Axial Infused Materials (MAXIM).