UK will be Country of Honour for the 2012 JEC Show

The JEC has confirmed that the UK will be the Country of Honour for the 2012 show.

Composites UK, UKTI, NCN and The National Composites Centre (NCC) are working together to coordinate a greater UK presence at the 2012 JEC exhibition with an aim of raising the profile of the UK composites industry. UK companies keen to be part of a UK area will be clustered around the Composites UK stand under the Union Jack flag.

Composites UK are also planning for strong UK representation at all the technical forum.
Composites UK are gauging potential uptake from UK companies and are asking companies to contact their office by the end of June to register interest. Costs will be the same as taking an individual stand elsewhere within the main hall, individual company branding will remain an option and each company will liaise with the JEC organisers to sort out the details of their own stand.

Smaller companies wanting to take their first steps into JEC can book a space on the collaborative Composites UK stand where there will be 8 exhibitor spaces available – for more details please contact the Composites UK office. Composites UK is the accredited trade association (ATO) for the UKTI’s Tradeshow Access Programme and have 12 TAP grants of £1000 each available to eligible UK exhibitors for the show. For more information contact the Composites UK office.