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ARRK’s Composite Centre in Nuneaton to hold open days in February

29 January 2014

Product development specialist, ARRK Europe, is to throw open its doors to industry and press from 26 to 27 February, following the recent refurbishment and investment in new technology at its Nuneaton factory.

ARRK has significantly upgraded its composite capability to satisfy growing demand, resulting in the business supporting clients in a range of industries, including automotive, rail, marine and aerospace.

The company has ambitious plans for the future and recruited additional technical personnel to supports its growth. All of this has culminated in the decision to hold the event on two consecutive days so that clients, suppliers and industry partners alike can see how the business has been transformed into one of the UK’s leading composite solution providers.

Visitors to the composite centre will be given a short introduction by senior ARRK management before being taken on a guided tour of the facility. As well as being able to talk to the company's composite experts, visitors will be able to meet some key material and technology partners and clients.

ARRK will have a number of composite exhibits on display including the Noble M600 and BAC’s Mono supercars. Both Noble and BAC rely on ARRK’s composite capability and expertise to support their vehicle programmes.

ARRK is also delighted to have the support of the SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders), and UK Trade and Investment, who will also be in attendance.

Attendance is by registration only and places are limited. Contact Marc Bouvier

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