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16th World Pultrusion Conference

16th World Pultrusion Conference

European Pultrusion Technology AssociationThe EPTA – European Pultrusion Technology Association in cooperation with the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) will postpone the 16th World Pultrusion Conference to 5-6 May 2022 due to the corona situation and the postponement of the JEC World, with which there is a close partnership.

This conference takes place every two years and is the meeting point of the European and
worldwide Pultrusion Industry.

EPTA 2022

More than 25 international speakers from Belgium, Germany, France, Spain, The Netherlands, Turkey, UK and the USA will present practical presentations about innovative
applications, technologies and processes. Equally current market trends and developments
are on the agenda.

This World Pultrusion Conference takes now place on 5-6 May 2022 in Paris, France.

About EPTA

The European Pultrusion Technology Association was created in 1989 by a group of leading European pultruders with the mission of supporting the growth of the pultrusion industry by maximising external communication efforts and encouraging knowledge sharing between members.

Since 2006, the association has existed under the umbrella of the AVK – Federation of Reinforced Plastics in Frankfurt, Germany. Membership of EPTA is open to all companies and individuals worldwide wishing to further the application of pultruded profiles.

About ACMA

American Composites Manufacturers AssociationThe American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) is the world’s largest
composites industry trade group. We are manufacturers, material and equipment suppliers,
distributors, academia and end users, dedicated to growing the composites market.

ACMA offers composites industry educational resources through the CAMX – Composites and Advanced Materials Expo, conferences, the Education Hub, and the Certified Composites Technician (CCT®) program. The company develops standards and specifications that drive preference for the use of composites in place of traditional materials.