09 August 2017
„Connecting business in the composites industry“ – unter diesem Motto lädt die COMPOSITES EUROPE vom 19. bis 21. September 2017 Konstrukteure, Ingenieure, Techniker, Verarbeiter und Einkäufer aus der Verbundwerkstoffindustrie sowie aus den Anwendungsindustrien, die sich mit Verbundwerkstoffen beschäftigen, nach Stuttgart. Im Mittelpunkt der Fachmesse stehen Leichtbau, Ressourcen-Effizienz und Multimaterial-Design.
03 August 2017
In the fast lane with lightweight construction: prominent support for the Lightweight Technologies Forum 2017
The lighter something is, the faster it goes: nowhere is this saying truer than in professional racing. Be it engine or muscle-powered vehicles – hybrid lightweight construction plays an increasingly important role not only in industry but also in many sports. No wonder lightweight construction is now also receiving direct support from sportspeople.
01 August 2017
The aerospace industry is taking off thanks to fibre reinforced plastics, especially carbon-fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP). Credit goes to global aircraft production, which has been posting annual growth rates of seven per cent. From 19 to 21 September 2017, the exhibitors at COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will be showcasing deployment possibilities for CFRP and other composite materials in the aerospace industry.
27 July 2017
COMPOSITES EUROPE 2017: Lightweight automotive construction propels use of fibre-reinforced plastics
No other industry has drawn more public attention to glass- and carbon-fibre reinforced plastics (GFRP/CFRP) than the automotive industry. Next to the aerospace industry, it’s one of the innovation and growth drivers for composites. The great significance of composites for the automotive industry must be credited to the continuing lightweight construction trend. From 19 to 21 September, COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will show how the composites industry can support automakers and their suppliers in this area. Programme highlights include the Focus Day Automotive and the Lightweight Technologies Forum.
25 July 2017
Wind power industry at COMPOSITES EUROPE 2017: Carbon-fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP) on the up and up
The global wind power industry is ascending high and fast. A forecast by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), for example, expects worldwide installed wind power capacity to increase by about 64 per cent by 2021. The market with the strongest growth right now is Denmark (40 per cent), followed by Uruguay, Portugal and Ireland with well over 20 per cent each. Growth in Germany is at 16 per cent. These figures make wind energy one of the major growth industries for the use of carbon-fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP). Taking place from 19 to 21 September 2017, COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will cover current industry issues and the latest trends in the wind power sector. With a focus day, various special exhibition areas and several programme highlights, companies representing the wind power industry will have their own dedicated platform at the trade fair.
13 June 2017
Development, design and technology: lightweight construction is a key technology for the future of the automotive, aerospace and architecture segments. From 19 to 21 September 2017, the Lightweight Technologies Forum at COMPOSITES EUROPE 2017 will for the second time cover issues and questions of user industries concerning modern multi-material systems.
23 May 2017
Multi-material systems and hybrid components are setting the trends in lightweight construction right now. And from 19 to 21 September, COMPOSITES EUROPE in Stuttgart will show how this is benefiting composites. Some 400 exhibitors will put on display the potential of fibre-reinforced composites in the automotive engineering, aerospace, boatbuilding, wind energy and construction sectors. The focus of the trade fair, numerous event areas, presentation forums and workshops will be on lightweight construction, multi-material design and resource efficiency.
01 December 2016
The weight reduction trend has driven the development of fibre-reinforced composites in automotive engineering, aerospace and construction. Once again this year, the quantity of glass-fibre reinforced plastics produced in Europe will increase by 2.5 per cent, according to the industry association AVK.