Fibrelite to Speak at the 2019 Composites in Construction Conference, Amsterdam

27 March 2019

Fibrelite to Speak at the 2019 Composites in Construction Conference, Amsterdam

Fibrelite is honoured to have been invited to speak at CompIC 2019.

CompIC, held on 10-11 April at Amsterdam Science Park and organised by NetComposites, is a yearly composite conference exploring the success stories, advantages and potential obstacles of using composites in the construction industry. The conference helps bring together experts in the global composite industry.

David Crowther, Fibrelite’s European Commercial and Industrial Sales Manager together with Jo Stott, Fibrelite’s Marketing Director will be speaking about the role customisation plays in the widespread adoption of GRP composite manhole/trench covers. “Participants can expect to gain insight into how we’re changing specifications to favour GRP composite access covers over the conventional materials such as concrete and metal,” said David Crowther.

Fibrelite’s presentation will also cover some of the technical innovations that fuel their sustained growth, recent high-profile projects, and what they predict for the industry.

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