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Solvay report that it is promoting its latest technologies at SAMPE, taking place currently at Long Beach, California, USA.

Arburg UK celebrates 25th anniversary

Arburg Ltd base in Warwick, UK reportedly celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018.

4M Carbon Fiber Corp has appointed Rob Klawonn as CEO.

Composites One and partners plan to run a two-day workshop exploring wind energy.

Flexible, sustainable and non-toxic composite material from wood and marine invertebrate.

Owens Corning has published its 2017 Sustainability Report documenting the progress made against its 2020 sustainability goals.

Carbon fiber company Hexcel will be exhibiting at the SAMPE Long Beach conference, taking place from 22-23 May in Long Beach, California, USA.

The Composites Europe show will focus on processing and manufacturing processes, according to its organizers.

Vyncolit NV and Sumitomo Bakelite Co Ltd say there is a pressing need for lightweight parts in internal combustion and electric motor-based drivetrains.

Sabic has introduced three new plastic filaments for additive manufacturing (AM).

NetComposites has issued a call for papers for CompIC (Composites in Construction) taking place from 30–31 January 2019 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Scigrip, which supplies adhesives, has extended its relationship with Euroresins International Group into Scandinavia.

Royal DSM says that it plans to increase production capacity for its Dyneema strong fiber.

Researchers propose a smarter solution to keep today’s composite aircraft ice-free.

Sicomin says that it has now received the ECOBOARD Project Gold Level qualification for its range of bio-based epoxy resins.

PostProcess Technologies, which makes post-printing software for industrial 3D printing, has launched its Connect3D software platform.

SGL has reported group sales of €263 million, up by about 22% from €216.3 million in the previous year.

Injection molding specialist BASF has appointed Dr Martin Brudermüller as its new chairman of the board of executive directors of BASF SE.

The European Pultrusion Technology Association (EPTA) has published an in-depth report on its 2018 conference.

Lanxess says that it has supplied materials to a racing team from Cologne University in its bid to win a design competition.

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