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Introducing the final program for Carbon Fiber 2009 taking place September 22 - 24, 2009 in La Jolla, CA USA and IntertechPira's green alternative to the paper brochure.

The 12th Annual Global Outlook for Carbon Fiber 2009 Announces the Final Program and New Interactive Brochure

Portland, ME | Posted on August 13th, 2009

IntertechPira's Global Outlook for Carbon Fiber is in its 12th year now making it the most successful international carbon fiber event of its kind. This year's event will take place at the Hilton Torrey Pines - that's right, the same place Tiger won the US Open. Join us in La Jolla, California this September for the first carbon fiber conference of the year.

Chaired by Dan Pappano of Hexcel and Ben Rasmussen of BMR Associates, and featuring over 18 presentations and numerous networking functions, this is a must attend event for those involved in the carbon fiber industry. Presentations will cover global/regional supply and demand of carbon fiber, impact of economic developments on supply/demand, new developments in established and emerging markets, recycling carbon fiber and new applications, production challenges and opportunities, and new production methods and technical developments.

The 12th Annual Global Outlook for Carbon Fiber 2009 offers those that attend the opportunity to receive expert insight on the latest market developments, determine how the economic slow down has affected industry and carbon fiber supply & demand, obtain competitive knowledge on carbon fiber anticipated usage for all the important end-use markets, hear from end users on their anticipated use of carbon fiber over the coming decade, discover the latest manufacturing and processing technologies, learn about the developing role of nanotechnology in composites industry and network with carbon fiber users and suppliers from around the world. See the full program as well as gain information on speakers, exhibitors, sponsors, workshops and more by viewing the Carbon Fiber 2009 interactive brochure.

The new interactive brochure allows you to easily navigate within the document and will open in full screen mode for easy viewing. A live link pointer emerges when you mouse over the links within the brochure and you may also use the web navigation at the bottom to jump through pages. Stay in the know by joining Carbon Fiber 2009 in social media by clicking the links within the brochure.

To learn more information or register for the conference, visit the event website at www.carbonfiberconference.com, or contact John Buss at IntertechPira: +1 202 309 7296. Exhibit and sponsorship opportunities are also available.

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About IntertechPira
IntertechPira is a leading information services provider that specializes in giving industry executives strategic information and analyses pertaining to advanced materials and technologies driving the development of innovative products. We serve niche segments of the lighting and displays, high-performance pigments, fillers and fibers, energy and advanced materials, and electronic materials and devices industries by producing international conferences and publishing focused, relevant reports on which actionable business decisions can be based. IntertechPira is a subsidiary of Pira International, with offices in the United Kingdom and Portland, Maine, United States.

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