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3/5/2019

JEC World 2019 preview: Kordsa

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Kordsa (Istanbul, Turkey) is showcasing its fabric development, textile products and advanced honeycomb technologies in Booths D32 and G27, Hall 6 at JEC World 2019.

Kordsa (Istanbul, Turkey) is showcasing its fabric development, textile products and advanced honeycomb technologies in Booths D32 and G27, Hall 6 at JEC World 2019. Visitors will also see the company’s lightweighting technology on display with a heavy-duty vehicle chassis system developed in cooperation with Ford Otosan.

The new chassis system technology has been developed for heavy-duty vehicles that weigh over 16 tons including structural health monitoring systems. Kordsa and Ford Otosan will introduce the new technology at “Composites Exchange” conference on March 13, 2019.

In addition, as part of Turkey’s “Country on Stage” event on March 14, Kordsa will share its knowledge and skills in the area of composites technologies, mainly focusing on Composite Technologies Center of Excellence, an innovation hub that brings industries and universities together.

Kordsa is also the proud sponsor of JEC Innovation Awards ceremony.

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