Bright Composites is an engineering company, founded in May 2013 by enthusiastic and experienced professionals. We promote next generation composite technology by bridging the gap between suppliers and applications. This is achieved through collaboration with many industry leaders, such as BASF, Gamesa and GE Energy, who we are proud to service with our unique Integrated Solutions.
Our competencies range across all fields of composite technology: from material Research through to Design and Production. Through the seamless integration of these competencies, we can provide our clients with optimum solutions to meet their needs in any field. Bright Composites’ collaborations tend to be within the renewable energy industry, but our integrated solutions can bring value to countless other industries which make use of composite Technology, such as infrastructure and transportation.
From our offices in Wieringerwerf, The Netherlands, we can reach clients all across the globe.
JEC Europe 2014 - The new CoroMill Plura PCD end milling cutters are specifically designed for edging, surface milling, slotting and cutting operations on workpieces made from carbon fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP).
JEC Automotive Composites Circle JEC Group Team will be announcing its third Automotive Composites Circle next April 28 in Las Vegas. This highly focused Networking event will take place in Atlanta during JEC Americas 2014 on Wednesday May 14, 2014 from 11am to 1pm.
The Automotive Composites Circle, part of JEC leadership program, achieved great success during JEC Europe 2014 in Paris which encouraged us to carry on with this event in the US. During the second leadership program held in conjunction with JEC Europe in Paris, JEC highlighted the “Candidates” for the best composites applications from its Innovation Award Program. They were perfect examples of how partnerships and true collaboration between OEMs and their suppliers move forward innovation boundaries.
We were also pleased to welcome two keynote speakers representing the OEM industry and the Research and Development sector. Volvo presented a short analysis expressing the challenges and risks tied to the implementation of com¬posite materials in the automotive body structure. CAR (Center for Automotive Research) highlighted the interest in creating value through Collaboration.
JEC Composites Magazine n°88
Check out the new issue of JEC Composites Magazine, with a special feature on JEC Americas - Spring Edition 2014. More information