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1/25/2016

Composites Germany seeks presentations for International Composites Congress

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Presentations should provide information about innovations in the area of fiber-reinforced plastics composites.

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The Composites Germany (Berlin, Germany) trade association is asking presentations for the 2nd International Composites Congress (ICC), which will take place at the CCD Congress Center in Düsseldorf on Nov. 28-29, 2016. Presentations should provide information about innovations in the area of fiber-reinforced plastics composites.

This Composites Germany Congress is a prelude to the European trade fair COMPOSITES EUROPE (Nov 29-Dec. 1, 2016). Presentations are requested on the following themes under the title: "Composites - On the Path to Becoming a Key Industry?"

  • Efficient processes / Integrative production technology
  • Raw Material / Semi-finishes products
  • Cooperations (industry-research, industry-industry)
  • Market transparency / Data
  • Outstandingly qualified employees (training, professional development)
  • Responsible care (sustainability, recycling)
  • Standardization

Please submit your presentation to the Composites Germany office by no later than April 22, 2016. You can download forms for submitting your presentation from the Composites Germany website (www.composites-germany.org) under news or request them by email: ursula.zarbock@avk-tv.de.

 

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