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Magnum Venus Products (MVP) – the premiere manufacturer of composite application equipment with more than 60 years of experience. See what Mr Joe Jansen tells you about his company

August 27th, 2014 | By Angela in aerospace, Aerospace Industry, Automotive Industry, Business, Electronics, Exhibitors, Manufacturing, Technology, Wind Energy Industry | No Comments »

Meet MVP at COMPOSITES EUROPE 2014 exhibition in Düsseldorf – booth number E61 in hall 8a

www.mvpind.com

Q: Please introduce yourself. What are your responsibilities within your company…?

A: Hello, I am Joe Jansen, Advanced Equipment Sales Engineer for Magnum Venus Products (MVP).  My duties at MVP include determining requirements and developing solutions to customer composite fabrication equipment needs.  This can include but are not limited to filament winding, sheet impregnation, and FRP panel assembly equipment.

Mr Joe Jansen

Mr Joe Jansen

Q: Could you give us a quick overview of your company…?

A: Magnum Venus Products (MVP) is a world leading manufacturer of composite application equipment. MVP products consist of pumping systems, spray guns, filament winding systems, automated production systems and much more. MVP serves a multitude of manufacturers in a variety of industries such as automotive, aerospace, transportation, marine, railway, oil & gas, wind turbine, among many others. Along with our systems designed for composite application, MVP also has equipment that supports the foam and polyurethane industries, along with polyureas, adhesives, and epoxies.

 

Q:  You will exhibit the first time. Has your company always worked in the field of composites?

A: Yes, Magnum Venus Products has over 60 years of experience serving our customers, delivering highly customized solutions that support their composite manufacturing needs.  We have exhibited at Composites Europe in the past in conjunction with CT Platon, our distributor in the Netherlands.

MVP   MVP

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Interview with Axel Reinsch – CEO – ar engineers GmbH, Hamburg

August 8th, 2014 | By Angela in Automotive Industry, Boatbuilders, Business, Composite production, Defense, Engineering, Exhibitors, Innovation, Marine, Wind Energy Industry | No Comments »

Meet ar engineers GmbH at COMPOSITES EUROPE 2014 exhibition – booth number A26 in hall 8b

www.ar-engineers.de

1. Please introduce yourself. What are your responsibilities within your company…?

I am a composite boatbuilder and aircraft engineer, so I’m working in the field of composites for more than 15 years. After a few years of work experience in different countries and projects for the Formula 1, Americas Cup or other industries I decided to found my own engineering office for composites simulation.

ar engineers

Axel Reinsch – CEO

2. Could you give us a quick overview of your company…?

ar engineers was founded in 2010 and is based in Hamburg. From then on it grew constantly to now seven employees to find smart solutions for customized composite challenges in the naval, automotive, wind power, defence or other industries.

 
3. You will exhibit the first time. Has your company always worked in the field of composites?

ar engineers was founded with the goal to work in the field of composites to get the most out of fibre structures and fulfil the demands of today’s challenging market. Therefor we are focused on simulation with FEA with the background of modern composite production right from the beginning.

 

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How to win – Business and Lead generation. The best way is a dedicated b2b show…

August 1st, 2014 | By Thorsten Holtz in Business, consulting, Exhibitors | No Comments »

…if you’re using it correctly. At Reed Exhibitions we’re all addicted to trade shows. We know exactly what it means for an exhibitor to be part of a show – in good and in bad times. At least both can become true. You can be lost in the woods or you can be the king of the mountain. Let’s talk about how you can avoid the first option and instead reinforce the second result.

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