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3A Composites AIREXBALTEKBANOVA Presents Latest Innovations at JEC WORLD

07 March 2017

3A Composites AIREXBALTEKBANOVA Presents Latest Innovations at  JEC WORLD

3A Composites AIREXBALTEKBANOVA will showcase its new products, AIREX T10.60 and BALTEK VBC QX based on PET foam and balsa composite materials, at this year's JEC World.

“3A Composites AIREXBALTEKBANOVA has established a reputation as a leader in quality and innovation in the composite industry: we strive to excel at the development of new solutions, as well as at improving our existing portfolio to answer our customer's’ most important challenges. The launch of AIREX T10.60 and BALTEK VBC QX confirm this strategy and we are excited to generate new solutions to create value,” said Roman Thomassin, CEO of 3A Composites Core Materials division, producer and manufacturer of the AIREXBALTEKBANOVA products.

“3A Composites AIREXBALTEKBANOVA participation at the JEC WORLD every year underscores our strong presence in the composite industry globally. We are delighted to present AIREX T10.60 and BALTEK VBC QX at this important platform,” said Eric Gauthier, President of Global Key Accounts of 3A Composites Core Materials.

Visit 3A Composites AIREXBALTEKBANOVA in Hall 6, Stand G27 at JEC World 2017.


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