Three weeks to register for CIIF

There is still time to register for the Composites Industry Investment Forum, scheduled for Feb. 21-22 at The Roosevelt Hotel, New York, N.Y.

COMPOSITESWORLD, publisher of High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, has announced that there is still time to register for its Composites Industry Investment Forum, which will be held Feb. 21-22, 2008, at The Roosevelt Hotel in New York, N.Y.

"With three weeks to go, registrations are on track to reach an attendance of around 90, including many investment firms that have never attended our conferences before,"said Scott Stephenson, conference director. These include: AeroStrategy LLC, AMT II Corp., Arience Capital Management, Automated Dynamics, Barrday Corp., BASF Corp., BMR Associates, Boeing, Composite Market Reports, DeLong and Associates LLC, Evonik Degussa Corporation, Fiberforge, HITCO Carbon Composites Inc., HyperComp Engineering Inc., Jesup & Lamont Securities, KaZaK Composites, Lonza, Lucintel, M.C. Gill Coroporation, MCM Capital Partners, Merrill Lynch, Northrop Grumman Corp., Oxeon AB, Principia Partners, RSM EquiCo Capital Markets, Sabic Innovative Plastics, Sasco Capital, Inc., and the University of Brasilia.

To register for this event, visit www.compositesworld.com/cif.

This international conference is designed for executives from leading composite industry suppliers, industry analysts, investment bankers, and industry end users to discuss opportunities for composite materials in projected high-growth markets, such as commercial aircraft and renewable energy applications, like wind blades.

Marketing executives, business development specialists, investment analysts and composite industry experts will explore the global and regional forces impacting the increased use of composite materials. Presentations, questions and answer sessions and panel discussions will focus on economic forces impacting these markets, such as high energy costs and global warming, and how composite companies can profit from these forces and increase market share over traditional materials like steel, aluminum and concrete. Presentations will include supply and demand forecasts, cost models for fiber plants and how investment in advanced automated production processes are helping composite materials penetrate these markets.

For more details on the conference, including a PDF of the full conference brochure, or to register, visit the link above or contact Ralph Jessie, conference manager, by e-mail at jessie@compositesworld.com by phone at +1 207-221-6603; or by fax at +1 207-221-5848.

COMPOSITESWORLD, with offices in Wheat Ridge, Colo., and Yarmouth, Maine, is a provider of information to the composites industry through High-Performance Composites and Composites Technology magazines, as well as its COMPOSITESWORLD weekly newsletter and its website www.compositesworld.com.