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Webinar: 10-year outlook for aerospace composites

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Chris Red will present "10-year Global Aerospace Markets for CFRP and Advanced Composites" on April 20, 2:00 p.m. EDT.


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CompositesWorld is presenting a new webinar on April 20 at 2:00 p.m. EDT titled, "10-year Global Aerospace Markets for CFRP and Advanced Composites." 

The webinar will be given by Chris Red, lead consultant at Composites Forecasts & Consulting (Mesa, AZ, US). This program will discuss the current and forecasted opportunities and challenges to the adoption of advanced composite materials and structures within the aerospace industry. The program is designed to provide attendees with a comprehensive outlook for composite demand across more than 400 commercial transports, regional transports, business and general aviation, rotorcraft, and other aircraft systems. The program will include a review of activities going back to 2005, and forecasted activities through 2025. A PDF of presentation materials will be made available to all attendees. 

Topics covered include:

  • Which programs and applications will drive composites demand over the next 10 years
  • Materials and manufacturing trends and challenges
  • Value and volume of composite products
  • OEM and Tier supplier market shares

Click here for more information and to register. 


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