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The Composites Without Borders forum will be held in Moscow at a congress centre of Technopolis Moscow on October 6. The event will be headlined by gurus of the international composite industry. Most up-to-date developments in carbon materials covering all market segments such as feedstock, semi-finished products and finished products will be demonstrated at the forum.
Harbor Technologies has manufactured a vehicular composite bridge beam at 105’ 7” long, 6’ wide, and 5’ deep for the Missouri DOT which they say is the world’s longest vehicular composite bridge beam manufactured to date. Harbor Technologies in Brunswick, Maine has constructed the HCB (Hybrid Composite Beam) for the Missouri Department of Transportation’s Saf and Sound bridge replacement project.
Holding Company Composite start to produce composites modular bases. First batch of 50 buses will be produced in 2015.
End of March, the future of the composites industry was discussed at the international JEC Composites Show in Paris. Only a year ago glass fibre dominated the show almost entirely.
More than two years after its originally targeted start-up date (see PIEWeb of 08.06.2012), the 1,700 t/y carbon fibre line operated by a joint venture between Composite Holding Company (Moscow / Russia; www.hccomposite.com) and the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom (Moscow; www.rosatom.ru) was officially inaugurated in May.Plastic Information Europe