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7/22/2019

CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Shanghai Leadgo-tech

Originally titled 'Vacuum bagging materials '
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Shanghai Leadgo-tech (Shanghai, China) is featuring its lineup of vacuum process bagging materials for resin infusion, autoclave cure, oven cure and wet layup.

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Shanghai Leadgo-tech (Shanghai, China) is featuring its lineup of vacuum process bagging materials for resin infusion, autoclave cure, oven cure and wet layup. The company has a manufacturing plant in Ningbo, China, that is certified to ISO 9001 and AS 9100 standards. Additionally, Leadgo-tech has offices in Toulouse, France and Los Angeles, Calif., U.S. Leadgo globally supports the wind power, aerospace, marine markets with peel ply, vacuum bagging film, release film, breathers, infusion mesh, sealant tape and pressure-sensitive tapes, among other products. Booth Y48.

CAMX 2019 Exhibitor

Shanghai Leadgo-Tech Co.

Exhibit Hall, Booth Y48

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