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Composite Expo 2018 to focus on innovative technologies
05
Jan '18
Courtesy: Composite Expo
Courtesy: Composite Expo
The 11th edition of Composite Expo 2018 will focus on the development and introduction of composite technologies and materials in different branches of industry. The three-day conference that will begin from February 27, will discuss the challenges and new workings out in the field of composite materials by leading scientists and experts.

Aiming at development of close interrelations of science and manufacture, the international conference will contain the maximum volume of the innovative information and boost active interchange of professional experience.

A large number of Russian and foreign companies are expected at the event including Technologiya ONPP, RT-Khimkompozit, Stupino Glass Reinforced Plastics Plant, Akzo Nobel N.V., Evonik and OCV Steklovolokno (OCV Reinforcements) among others. Moreover, six knowledge-based firms from Iran will also showcase their achievements at the exhibition that will be held in Moscow.

The integral part of Composite-Expo 2018 will be the scientifically-practical conference 'Modern State and Prospects of Development of Production and Use of Composite Materials in Russia' which essentially increases an operational efficiency of exhibitors and visitors at the exhibition.

"More than 200 exhibitors including 123 national and 82 international from over 15 countries participated in the 2017 expo. Over 15,000 visited the shows and 90 per cent of them were specialists in different fields of industry. It witnessed growing demands of the Russian market to use modern innovation materials and technologies in different industries," said the website of Composite Expo. (RR)

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