Saint-Gobain Vetrotex Presents SMC/BMC Technology For Automotive Applications At Nanjing Seminar

Saint-Gobain Vetrotex participated in a seminar targeting Chinese car manufacturers, car parts manufacturers, and university professors to promote the use of SMC/BMC (SMC: Sheet Moulding Compound and BMC: Bulk Moulding Compound) composites in automotive applications.

The seminar, held in Nanjing, China, on Sept. 14-15, was organized by resin manufacturers and co-sponsored by Saint-Gobain Vetrotex.

Saint-Gobain Vetrotex Market Development Manager gave a presentation on the company's glass fiber range for the SMC/RTM (Resin Transfer Moulding) process.

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Date: 1 December 2006
Source: Saint-Gobain Vetrotex

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