16 May 2017
16 May 2017
NetComposites Enterprise, in association with the American Composites Manufacturers Association (AMCA), is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new, international conference; Global Composites.
Global Composites will take place at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, US on 31st January – 1st February 2018.
Global Composites will explore the industry from a worldwide perspective, looking at high growth areas such as the US, China, Brazil and the Middle East. The conference will examine the global supply chain with particular focus on carbon and glass fibre manufacture and resin production. It will also look at emerging technology trends from around the world and highlight global market information.
ACMA President, Tom Dobbins, said, “ACMA is pleased to continue its mission to provide leader’s in the composite industry opportunities to gain knowledge on industry trends and access to experts for networking and learning. The partnership with NetComposites for this conference will provide thought leadership on a global level that industry executives can use to better their businesses.”
Gemma Smith, NetComposites Marketing and Communications Manager, added, "We're really pleased to be working with the American Composites Manufacturers Association on what we are sure will be a great event that addresses real global issues and innovations. We are looking forward to providing a platform for companies worldwide to network and find new business partners, and ultimately progressing the composites industry."
Abstracts are now being accepted from potential speakers on subjects relating to advancements and use of composite materials, worldwide, to include, but not limited to:
Visit www.globalcompositesconference.com for further information, to submit an abstract and register for the event.
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