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Global Composites Programme Launched Featuring The Graphene Council, Cooper Hays and Plataine

02 January 2018

Global Composites Programme Launched Featuring The Graphene Council, Cooper Hays and Plataine

NetComposites Enterprise, in association with the American Composites Manufacturers Association (AMCA), is pleased to announce the programme of the brand new, international conference; Global Composites.

Taking place at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas, US on 31st January – 1st February 2018, Global Composites is set to be an important conference and networking opportunity for the worldwide composites industry.

You’ll gain knowledge, best practices, and insights to expand your business in high growth areas such as the US, China and Brazil.

  • Navigate the global supply chain efficiently with particular focus on carbon and glass fibre manufacture and resin production.
  • Leverage emerging technology trends from around the world.
  • Capitalise on real-time global market information as well as trends and forecast from market intelligence.

Industry professionals, leaders and managers from all backgrounds, including suppliers, manufacturers, and engineers are set to attend this unique, global composites event.

To access the full programme, please visit http://globalcompositesconference.com/programme.

The conference will be held at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, US, one of the best-known casino resorts in the world, providing a variety of room types, amenities and city views in a city with great global transport links.

Gemma Smith, NetComposites Communications Director, added, "We’re looking forward to welcoming industry partners from around the globe at what is set to be a fantastic event addressing global issues and innovations whilst bringing the industry and its supply chain closer together.”

Visit www.globalcompositesconference.com for further information and register for the event.


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