21 März 2016

Composites Europe with new formats

For the third time the joint stand for “bio-based composites” takes place at COMPOSITES EUROPE supported by the nova institute

For the third time the joint stand for “bio-based composites” takes place at COMPOSITES EUROPE supported by the nova institute. The exhibitors of this pavilion show how effective sustainability can be, regarding the topics lightweight construction, material and modern production and automation solutions.

As the largest event for its industry in Germany, COMPOSITES EUROPE has showcased the market potential of composites for ten years. Now the 11th COMPOSITES EUROPE – featuring the tagline “Connecting business in the composites industry” – is scheduled to take place in Düsseldorf from 29 November to 1 December 2016. New formats such as the Lightweight Technologies Forum will be introduced at the trade fair in order to emphasise even more strongly on the needs of composites-deploying industries while putting the spotlight on lightweight construction and multi-material design.

450 exhibitors and 11,000 visitors are expected for this year’s trade fair edition. Here, manufacturers, processors, distributors and service providers of the composites industry meet constructors, engineers, designers and buyers of suppliers and OEMs from the most important application industries.

Exhibition areas

  • Raw materials (Resins, Fabric, Thermoplastics, Additives)
  • Semi-finished products, intermediate products and finished- products
  • Processing technology
  • Machines, Equipment, Consumables
  • Construction, simulation
  • Services

 Visitor target groups

Designers, engineers, technicians, buyers, management of OEMs and suppliers from the most important application industries:

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Transportation (rail, buses, mass transportation)
  • Wind Energy
  • Building and Construction
  • Marine / Shippping
  • Sport and Leisure


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Source: Composites Europe, 2016-03-15.

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