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10/11/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Pacific Coast Composites

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Pacific Coast Composites (PCC, Lakewood, WA, US) is a stocking distributor and at the show will emphasize its commitment to a product line defined by the composite and metal bonding industries.

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Pacific Coast Composites (PCC, Lakewood, WA, US) is a stocking distributor and at the show will emphasize its commitment to a product line defined by the composite and metal bonding industries. PCC stocks a variety of advanced prepregs, film adhesives, dry fabrics, resins and consumables. PCC is focused on providing customers an alternative to the large inventory levels and long lead times that are commonly associated with the use of advanced composites.

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