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German composites organization AVK Composites Germany has published its report on the state of the GRP market in Europe in 2016.

Earth Flight Composites: a drive for change

Bert Groenewoud, founder of training company EFC, describes the aims of the organization.

Viscous adhesives and bonding compounds can pose many challenges for reinforced plastics.

A new report covers the market for carbon fiber and China over the next five years.

Plastics manufacturers can speed repairs and reduce costs by working with a single source of molding machine repair.

Trinseo sets out the benefits for glass-filled polycarbonate medical resins in the medical devices industry.

The organizers of the Wood-Plastic Composites (WPC) and Natural Fiber Composites (NFC) show look back on the highlights of the event.

The organisers of Composites Europe report from the 2015 show which took place in September in Stuttgart, Germany.

Escalating energy demand and improving wind turbine technologies are fuelling the wind energy market and encouraging wind turbine installations.

Jabez Technologies, creator of the Robotmaster programming software, discusses how to improve robotics for composite manufacture.

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