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Carbures shows its technology at JEC and SAMPE in Paris

Carbures went to Paris to exhibit its industrial technology and engineering for the manufacture of parts and structures in composite materials. A few days ago, the Company showed its industrial capacity to hundreds of representatives and executives of companies in the sectors in which it operates in two events, both held in Paris. The first was held on March 5, SAMPE EUROPE-Summit Conference Paris 2018 at the Pullman Paris Hotel of the Tour Eiffel. SAMPE is a general organization dedicated to the promotion of technical excellence in materials and process engineering, with a total of approximately 15,000 engineers, technologists and materials scientists. It was founded in 1944 by California aerospace engineers with the goal of building a professional network and improving the exchange of technical information. Since that time, SAMPE has spread around the world and is divided into approximately 40 chapters.

Ramiro Gonzalez, Director of Operations of the Civil Works area, participated in the event and presented the work that was carried out on the roof of the new building of the headquarters of the new Norman Foster Foundation in Madrid. The lecture attracted great attention both for the uniqueness of the project itself, and for the global importance of the leader of the project, Norman Foster.

The second event in which Carbures has participated has been JEC Composites Paris organized on March 6, 2018. In which the infinite possibilities of composites have been exposed, from the process to the products. Some 40,000 visitors and 1,300 exhibitors have been gathered, among which we were present with the three areas; Aeroespace & Defense, Mobility and Civil Works to explain our capabilities and the technological solutions we offer to the challenges of the industry.


 177,    14  Mar  2018 ,   blog.carbures
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