THE meeting point of the international composites community from 28 to 29 Nov. 2016
2nd International Composites Congress (ICC) - programme available now!
Running under the motto “Composites – on the Path to Becoming a Key Industry”, over 30 international speakers will present the latest trends and developments in the composites segment. New applications and technologies and a comprehensive overview of market developments in Europe and throughout the world indicate that composites are playing an increasingly important role in lightweight construction. But composites with their amazing solutions and designs have also long been established in architecture and the building industry and have had an inspiring impact on the skylines of major big cities, such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
As before, a special highlight will be the AVK Innovation Award on the first evening of the convention. The subsequent Composites Night will give all delegates a relaxed platform for communication and networking.
All members of the four founding organisations of Composites Germany – AVK, CCeV, CFK Valley and the VDMA Working Group Hybrid Lightweight Technologies – are entitled to a reduction of the normal conventions fee.
The convention will serve as the kick-off event of the trade fair COMPOSITES EUROPE + ALUMINIUM 2016 from 29 Nov. to 1 Dec. 2016.
Go to the following site to view the convention programme and to register for the event: www.composites-germany.org
Information on COMPOSITES EUROPE at www.composites-europe.com
Through the trade association "Composites Germany", the four major organisations in the fibre composites sector aim to strengthen the German composites industry, particularly in the field of research, determine common positions and take account of overlapping interests.
AVK - Federation of Reinforced Plastics e.V. (AVK), Carbon Composites e.V. (CCeV), CFK Valley Stade e.V. (CFK-Valley) and VDMA use Composites Germany as a forum to bundle their abilities and promote the future-oriented themes of high performance composites and automated production technology which are particularly relevant in Germany.
Further information available at: http://www.composites-germany.org