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ACMA reports that its immediate past chairman, Kevin Barnett, will serve as its interim president until a permanent replacement is selected.

TRB and Hitachi focus on UK rail

TRB Lightweight Structures and Hitachi Rail have joined forces to develop parts for rail projects in the UK.

TRB Lightweight Structures and Toyota Tsusho America have formed a joint venture to produce high volume auto composite parts.

The National Composites Centre (NCC) has opened a new lab at its site in Bristol, UK.

JEC Group says that it has decided to postpone the 2020 edition of JEC World to 12–14 May 2020.

Compounding company Dynamic Modifiers LLC, has developed a new low-smoke, light-weight compound available as an adhesive for glass and carbon fiber.

Gurit has reported net sales of CHF 576.4 million for the full year 2019, a currency-adjusted increase of 38.6% compared to 2018.

Hexcel plans to highlight the growing need the composite industry to support the emerging urban air mobility (UAM) market.

Arevo has formed a partnership with 3DPC to develop on-demand production of lightweight thermoplastic composite parts.

Gurit reports that it will be showcasing its materials for wind energy and composite tooling at JEC World.

Bombardier Belfast and Saertex have extended their contract to make lightweight components for the Airbus A220 aircraft.

Montefibre Carbon has received €11.5 million from the Spanish Ministry of Industry to produce PAN precursor for conversion to carbon fiber.

Teijin Limited plans to open a new center in Wuppertal, Germany to develop the company’s automotive composite business.

Ultrasound offers more robust metal 3D printing

The organizers of the International Conference on Manufacturing of Advanced Composites (ICMAC) have issued a call for papers.

The US Composites Institute (IACMI) has been awarded a US$5 million grant to expand a composites training program in four US locations.

CNTs produced from CO2 using low-energy chemical processes drastically reduce emissions associated with construction materials

Polymer specialist Trelleborg has developed a new radar-absorbing material for wind turbines, blade and nacelles.

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