The Composites Engineering show is almost upon us. As part of the Advanced Engineering 2021 showcase held at the Birmingham NEC, organisers Easyfairs will once again throw open their doors and unveil the twelfth edition of the very best in manufacturing innovations the UK composites industry has to offer.
All the latest materials, processes, products and services can all be found at Composites Engineering 2021, held at the Birmingham NEC from 3-4 November. Composites in Manufacturing previews some of this year’s exhibitors.
Alison Willis, director at Easyfairs, organiser of Advanced Engineering UK explains why the upcoming event really is a ‘visit the future’ event where innovation is at the forefront of everything it does for the industry.
The latest composite materials constantly create new challenges for testing specialists, such as ZwickRoell. Composites in Manufacturing hears how the company is dealing with increasing customer demands.
According to Pete Sartain, Mirka UK’s national sales manager, industrial, when it comes to creating sustainable solutions that are at the very forefront of innovation, the company continues to focus on what matters - its customers.
In a Q&A session, Dennis Weber, technical sales manager at hand and electrical shear suppliers Robuso explains how the company’s sales and distribution partnership with flatbed cutting systems specialists Gunnar, now means its customers can get everything from one source.
Composites UK’s sustainability manager, Malcolm Forsyth looks at the end-of-life (EoL) boats challenge, including the projects that are underway, the options available, the challenges faced by the marine industry and the role of Composites UK and British Marine.