Composites: an insider's technical guide to corporate America's activities

Front Cover
Turner Moss Company, Apr 1, 1994 - Business & Economics - 434 pages
0 Reviews
This SECOND EDITION data-filled source book tells who is doing what in aerospace, automotive & industrial composites. Contains 497 meticulously researched profiles -- not questionnaires compiled -- of the participants in the fields of polymer-, metal-, & ceramic-matrix composites. Information includes full description of composite activities, products, materials used or produced, names of key composites, personnel, facilities & equipment. For TECHNICAL Professionals, it can be used to identify businesses conducting specific technical activities of probable mutual interest & new vendors or subcontractors; for MARKETING or SALES Executives, it has become the source to find new customers; for BUSINESS PLANNERS or CORPORATE STRATEGISTS, it will help gain a better understanding of the industry & be a source for new potential business partners; & for those LOOKING FOR A NEW POSITION, it will help identify company's skill needs & job opporunities,...EASY TO USE...47 TABLES help access the profiles by components or products fabricated, materials fabricated, process capabilities, research & development activities, geographic location, INFORMATION THAT CAN BE FOUND IN NO OTHER SOURCE. "Thorough & invaluable update."--Joseph S. McDermott, President, Composite Services Corp.

From inside the book

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.


Table of Contents continued
Building components or construction materials Table 7
Aircraftmanned or unmanned Table 3 11

12 other sections not shown

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information