JEC Group Powers 'Experience Composites' to Foster Innovation and Knowledge
FREMONT, CA: JEC Group, a leading composite organization, strategically partners with Messe Augsburg and carbon cluster to enhance industrialists and composites market by organizing a tailor-made event. Messe Augsburg is an important exhibition venue in Southern Germany and is Bravaria’s third largest trade fair center whereas carbon cluster, a member of the German trade association namely “Composite Germany” covers the entire value chain of fiber composite materials across German countries. The International event on Fiber Composite Materials will kick start from September 21-23, 2016 in Augsburg, Germany.
The events ideal location attracts thousands of companies featuring Bullmer, Henkel, kuka, Premium AEROTEC, Polynt, Schneinder Electric, Siemens and numerous other participating brands. The event further addresses the following sectors including Aerospace, Medical Engineering, Automotive and Transport, Construction and Infrastructure, Wind Energy, and Machine and Plant manufacturing.
The participants can leverage networking opportunities through pre-arranged B2B meetings. Additional network launches and evening gatherings are equally planned in order to bring people together and encourage encounters.
The 3 day featured event provides an opportunity for participants to attend top-quality conferences with renowned speakers on robust topics such as: High speed curing with UV radiation for the automotive industry, organized by the BMW group. BladeMaker – high industrialization approach for serial production of large wind turbine rotor blades” organized by the Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology, IWES Northwest. The additional topics covered comprises of- “An Overview of carbon fiber applications in the sport and medical markets” from Connectra Global, “Welding of brackets on thermoset CFRP” from Airbus Group Innovations and “Challenges in Machining Composite Materials” from University of Applied Sciences, Augsburg.
Renowned companies including Premium AEROTEC, MT Aerospace, the SGL Group and research centers run by DLR/ Fraunhofer, the University of Augsburg, the University of Applied Science Augsburg and ITA, further complements conference through the site visit offering in their factories.
“We have purposefully chosen the southern region of Germany to launch this new event, not only because it is the center point of High-Technology Fibers industrials, research centers and academics, but also due to it being at the heart of an impressive end-users markets concentration from industries such as Automotive, Aerospace and Machining, to name but a few”, explains Mrs Frédérique Mutel, Group President & CEO, JEC.
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