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The National Composites Centre (NCC) is a world leading authority on composites, bringing together the best minds and the best technologies, to solve the world’s most complex engineering challenges.

Its technology innovation centres bring together over 500 specialist composites engineers with cutting-edge digital manufacturing technology for the design and development of new composite products. The NCC specialises in providing industrial solutions all the way from the lab to developing large-scale production.

The NCC is able to work with organisations of all sizes and in all states of maturity from starts-ups through micro organisations to scale-ups and large OEMs.

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EuCIA is the Brussels-based leading Association of the European Composites Industry, representing European National composite Associations as well as industry specific Sector Groups, such as those targeting end segments like automotive or those promoting particular product groups or processes.

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JEC Group is a non-profit association entirely dedicated to the promotion of the composite materials industry and of their applications.

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The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) is the world's largest trade association serving the composites industry. Its mission is to provide education and information to the composites industry, lobby for the composites industry, and develop and expand markets for composite materials.

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The Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE®) is a global professional member society that provides enhanced educational opportunities, by delivering information on new and advanced materials and processing technology.

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CiM is circulated to a carefully researched and selected readership of over 18,700+. It delivers the latest news, product developments, topical features, application stories and event previews from across the UK composites industry every quarter.

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Materials & Manufacturing Technologies is a fresh and informative magazine looking at lightweight materials and the techniques available when manufacturing lighter and stronger parts.