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Scott Bader Targets Japanese Automotive Market

16 January 2018

Scott Bader Targets Japanese Automotive Market

Scott Bader is exhibiting its Crestabond structural adhesives at the Automotive Lightweight Technologies Expo in Tokyo, Japan, on 17-19 January 2018.

The Scott Bader stand will show the company’s range of MMA structural adhesives aimed at manufacturers looking for high performance gap filling and structural bonding solutions across a wide range of metal, plastic and composite substrates.

Following last year’s show, Scott Bader reports it is currently working with a number of Tier 1 manufacturers on their structural bonding requirements for the Japanese and global market.

The Scott Bader Asia Pacific team will be presenting live demonstrations, bonding a variety of substrates using the Crestabond range, including the recently launched M1-10 with a working time of 8-12 minutes.

“The Automotive Lightweight Technologies Expo provides the opportunity for us to highlight our range of market leading adhesives to a wide variety of users across the automotive sector, and with our global team we can respond to the needs of mass market producers for bonding products which can offer both high performance bonding and productivity,” says Dr Jonathan Stowell, Global Adhesives Director.


Photo provided by Scott Bader




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