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JEC Composites Europe 2011

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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As it has been the case for many years now, the JEC Composite Show Paris 2011 has once again gathered key players in the sector of the composite materials and has given opportunities to many companies to showcase new products and innovations. The automotive sector was much represented as carbon fiber reinforced plastics answer the growing need for more efficient and lighter vehicles. On the vegetal fiber side, flax fibers are gaining ground as we now see technical applications where linen replaces advantageously glass fiber. The need for lighter structures also means that new light structure material building solutions are always being sought and that new ways of assembling composite materials are now proposed. Consumer expectations and more stringent regulations on materials also mean that resin manufacturers are now proposing bio-based resins for composite manufacture, leading the way towards composites with lower carbon footprint..

Tags : Fiber, reinforced, CFRP, plastic, epoxy, resin, gel coat, composite, carbon, automotive, BMW, Audi, SGL, flax, linen, cellulose, automotive, rail, boat, construction, wall, window, bio-based, light, ski, sandwich, honeycomb, steel, aluminum, wood, cork, Vault-Structure, cyanate, foam, repair, nap, core, airliner, seat back, door, airplane, assembly, repair, welding, laser, induction, Eddy current, magnetic

Language: English – 46 pages • Sommaire – JEC Composites Europe 2011

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In Cosmetics 2013

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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The In-Cosmetics 2013 exhibition held in Paris on 16th – 18th April, 2013, truly is the leading global business platform for personal care. Inside the “In Cosmetics” exposition, it was possible to see there is a clear trend toward natural products. There were lots of novel cosmetic oils from the Amazon, fragrant essential oils from Nepal, and Kampo traditional herbal skin formulas from Japan – all prepared in forms that make them ideal for use in cosmetic, skin and hair care products. Where once laboratory chemistry appeared to reign supreme, nature is re-establishing dominance – but with a strong scientific backup. Today’s portfolios of herbal ingredients come with dossiers of scientific substantiation, charts showing their chemistry, and even samples as examples of how these ingredients can be formulated into finished products. The French company Naturex is one of the leading companies in this natural trend for active ingredients. An additional strong theme at “In Cosmetics” is the demand for sustainability. The big cosmetic companies not only want their ingredients increasingly natural, but they are demanding sourcing that follows strict guidelines of ethical trade and environmental preservation. At “In Cosmetics,” what is old is new again. Plants of all kinds yield compounds that firm skin, reduce wrinkles, make hair shine, diminish cellulite, and enhance beauty in hundreds of ways. That means cleaner, safer cosmetic and body care products, less toxic waste, and perhaps even a healthier environment in the long run. Last but not least, in March 2013, European Union regulators announced a ban on the import and sale of cosmetics containing ingredients tested on animals and to pledge more efforts to push other parts of the world, like China, to accept alternatives. Even before the new rule was officially announced, the cosmetics company L’Oréal, which is based in France, said it would respect the ban and “no longer sell in Europe any finished product with an ingredient that was tested on animals”. This has a major impact on ingredient suppliers, which was promoted in vivo testing through clinical trials to prove how good their active ingredients are. Accordingly, new testing methods and new skin analysis imaging techniques were displayed in the exhibition. The French company Quantificare and its new 3D LifeViz Micro were quite impressive..

Tags : cosmectics, skin care, ingredient, beauty, wrinkle, make-up, testing, imaging, active

Langue: Anglais – 27 pages • Summary In Cosmetics 2013

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PCD 2011

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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The last congress Perfume, Cosmetics and Design (PCD) was held in a very subdued at the Cité des Science et de l’Industrie in Paris on 8 and 9 February. For this seventh edition under the banner of innovation and sustainable development, the organizers had predicted a first morning as a workshop so as to promote exchanges among participants. Two other sessions, one devoted to perfume packaging and other packaging products to care and makeup products were then held and the ceremony came PCD Awards close the congress. Eco-design is a dimension that is finding its place in luxury goods with the provision by some actors of the packaging solutions that are both aesthetic in line with the brand image, and both more environmentally friendly. In marketing terms, it is clear that by offering packages to both eco-design and quality, brands enhance their image among consumers that they are able to meet their expectations for sustainable development while continuing to provide them with premium products…

Tags : Luxury, perfume, cosmetic, care, make-up, packaging, bottle, glass, plastic, polymer, polyethylene, polypropylene, cap, airless, jar, closure, tube, dispensing, cardboard, paper, sample, mascara, eco-design, sustainable development, environment, recycling, innovation

Language: French – 41 pages • Summary PCD 2011

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Expoprotection 2010

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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Expoprotection, trade show dedicated to risk prevention and management was held from November 2 to 5 at Paris-Nord Villepinte. Despite the economic downturn, many exhibitors showcased new products and innovative solutions at this 2010 edition. An Innovation Forum had been organized, and Innovation Trophies were awarded highlighting major technology trends and main lines of evolution in risk prevention and management. As such, it is clear that the “eco” wave is no exception to this industry. Solutions that are more respectful of the environment and humans are emerging with cleaner and less toxic products. It is also interesting to note that the use of photovoltaic cells to supply clean energy to security devices can also overcome power cables providing modular and cheaper installation..

Tags : Key words : protection, health, safety, work safety, fight, fire, fire extinguishing, cannon, fog, clothing, gloves, coveralls, harness, reflective, reel, fence, risk, industrial, natural, chemical, fall, siren, bunker, mask, boots, detection, infrared, respiratory, ventilation, nozzle, gas, cable, push-bar, bunker, armored, fireproof

Language: French – 46 pages • Summary Expoprotection 2010

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Texworld 2010 – CI report

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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At Texworld Paris 2010 held between 13 and 16 September at Le Bourget, the vast majority of exhibitors came from Asia. Chinese suppliers were by far the most represented, and a Chinese pavilion with 17 selected companies was moreover organized. Companies supplying sustainable textiles were put forward and organized around eco-friendly raw materials, eco-friendly processes and social aspects. Texworld offers a vast variety of textiles including wool, cotton, linen, polyester, nylon and spandex fabrics in many different quality,colors and patterns. Amongst companies exhibiting at Texworld Paris 2010 in the “technical textiles” area, one could find cool fabrics, breathable fabrics but also bamboo charcoal added, germanium alloy added and jade mineral added fibers together with scented fabrics. For this latest edition, organizers invited fashion school Esmod and l’Académie Internationale de Coupe de Paris, showing their will to make Texworld an all together international textile, apparel and fashion fair.

Tags : fabric, textile, fiber, apparel, garment, designer, cloth, fashion, Fabrics China Creation Pavilion, sustainable, eco-friendly, technical, scented, wool, cotton, hemp, silk, linen, polyester, spandex, recycled, color changing, cool, breathable, bamboo charcoal, jade, germanium

Language: English – 27 pages • Summary – Texworld 2010

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Mesure Expo Vision 2010

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
Abstract: For the first time, the two former exhibitions known as Mesurexpo and Vision show were merged to give birth to the Mesurexpovision 2010 show, which took in Paris Porte de Versailles on 1st – 3rd of June. This event was indeed the place-to-be for professionals specialized on measurements, tests, modeling and vision solutions. In partnership with Aste, Cetim, Collège Français de Métrologie, Réseau Mesure du Val d’Oise and SFP Symop, the Mesurexpovision 2010 show highlights metrology and non-destructive testing, which are well represented among industrial’s concerns. In terms of key facts in this event, one should notice the great improvements made in tomography and in phased array techniques, which are now applicable in industrial context.. Read more about Mesure Expo Vision 2010 in a comprehensive report.

Language: English – 57 pages • Summary – Mesure Expo Vision 2010

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Forum Labo & Biotech 2010

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
Abstract: During the Forum labo & Biotech 2010 in Paris Porte de Versailles, our visit focused on solutions for Biotechnologies, and physico-chemical analysis. The main innovations have been capitalized in this report. We noted: In the area of Biotechnologies: ? An automated cell counter offers a simple, rapid, and reproducible alternative to the hemocytometer. ? An advanced line of restriction enzymes for rapid DNA digestion, ? A Lab water purification system that combines contemporary design and performance for ultimate flexibility to make laboratory applications easier, ? A Novel Cell Culture Surface Improving the Cultivation and Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells ? A benchtop incubator and bioreactor hybrid capable of handling four independent and high density 3D cell cultures, ? Mobile Ductless fume hoods with modular filtration column, ? A preparative liquid chromatography system, incorporating cutting-edge functionality for achieving fast and secure process development In the physico-chemical analysis area: ? a poly range semi micro balance offering faster and more accurate weighing results for the lab ? Dialysis Cassettes facilitate simple and effective removal of buffer salts and small contaminants from proteins and other macromolecules that are larger than 7,000 daltons.

Language: French – 47 pages • Summary

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3D Print Show 2013

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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3D Print Show 2013 took place on 15 and 16 November in Paris and judging by the crowd, it was a success. It is likely that the next edition will take place in a roomier place as it was difficult to move from one stand to another. Long reserved for the rapid prototyping and technology industries, 3D printing has recently democratized with the arrival on the market of cheaper and faster printers, and more varied selection of printable materials. There are now many companies offering printers and consumables at affordable prices. New services dedicated to 3D printing have also seen the day. Some companies offer such 3D print platform that users can customize themselves their files. The world of open source is also present and allows the social bond between craftsmen of a new kind. The show also gives pride of artistic creation through a fashion event within the event where jewelry, bags, shoes, glasses and other 3D printed accessories are on living display. The entire exhibition hall was also reserved for artists wishing to show and sell their creations. More ambitious side projects, 3D printing has huge potential in medicine, especially as it is now possible to print human tissue and bio-resorbable implants. 3D printing has already saved a newborn life choked and received a custom made “bronchial splint” by 3D printing at the University of Michigan. Finally, it was reported in 3D Print Show that the democratization of 3D printing would intellectual property considerations, especially in Europe where it is permitted to make personal copies…

Language: French – 52 pages • Summary

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JEC Europe 2010 – CI Report

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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Composite materials are more and more in our everyday life. The lastest JEC Composite Show-Paris (13-15 april 2010) confirmed this tendency and their interest for industries in need for high tech materials such as aeronautics and automotive industries, but also for less demanding applications such as Packaging and Sports & Leisure. In this Veille Salon report, we talk about reinforcements, resins, intelligent composites and materials’ end of life. Sustainability and eco-conception matters are not forgotten since a large place is given to bio-based composites produced from renewable resources, showing that performing materials can also respect the environment..

Langue: French – 34 pages • Summary

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Paris Industrie 2010

09 Jun 2015, Posted by adminviedoc in Trade Show CI news
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During the show Paris Industrie 2010, with 10 separate areas, our visit focused on techniques and solutions for welding, surface treatments and coatings, and more selectively on Monitoring, Measurement, Quality. The main innovations have been capitalized in astonishment report. We noted: In the area of surface treatment: – The use of environmentally friendly and efficient media for stripping, – The possibility of making anti-corrosion clean by reducing the amount of organic solvents, – The ability to better manage the amount of paint for the paint shop In the welding area: – Improvement of mobile equipment welding (Lightweight, compactness, flexibility, customization, software range, scope of the torch) – Highly innovative systems for MIG / MAG (speed, flexibility, competitive prices, working conditions, …) and – Laser Cutting System with “fiber technology. In the “control, measurement, quality, – The automatic three dimensional measurement system without contact diameters and shapes of holes and bores.

Language: English – 32 pages • Summary

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