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8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Lucintel

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Growth accelerator Lucintel (Ft. Worth, Texas) is presenting its composites industry analysis services and capabilities, and presenting a paper at CAMX titled, “How to Win in Carbon Composites for the Automotive Market.”

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Growth accelerator Lucintel (Irving, Texas) is presenting its composites industry analysis services and capabilities, and presenting a paper at CAMX titled, “How to Win in Carbon Composites for the Automotive Market.” Vistitors to the Lucintel booth can discuss growth financing, market entry strategy, mergers and acquisitions and opportunity screening. Lucintel has deep knowledge of the composites market and will share market insights and innovation trends at the booth. Lucintel also has a library of more than 570 published global and regional market reports. These reports include market sizes, trends, forecasts and insights on key materials and markets. 

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