REPRESENTATION

CFK Valley China
ContactAnsprechpartner
Sigang He
Contact details

Weinsteige 18 75177 Pforzheim
Mobile +49 152 0172 8303
E-Mail hesigang@hesigang.com

China is nowadays important not just as the market for composite technology but as the most dynamic region and motor for composite innovation: either application or basic research. Let us working together, moving forward with CFK Valley China.

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Contact person

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Our
Projects

CU is also involved in international projects. Below you will find more detailed information on the technical InterSpin projects (InterSpin = “Internationalization of Leading-Edge Clusters, Future Projects and Comparable Networks”) funded by the BMBF, which were compiled within the framework of the internationalization project and are now being carried outd by German and Japanese partners.

Unser
Vorstand

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Meldungen

Die Weiterentwicklung der Composites-Branche lebt von neuen Erkenntnissen und Anwendungen. Informieren Sie sich hier.

Mitglieder

Mitglieder des Gesamtverbands Carbon-Composites e.V. sind auch Mitglieder von 

CFK Valley China

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Ansprechpartner
Hiroji Nishikawa

Representative CFK Valley Japan

Contact details

3-20-10 TOYOSAKI KITA-KU
Osaka 531-0072, JAPAN
in IZUMI International Co. Ltd

Phone +1 (803) 270 5434
nishikawa@cfk-valley-japan.com

Composites United e.V. is open to all companies and research institutes that are active in the field of high-performance fibre composites.

How can you apply for a membership?

Depending on the type and size of your organization, please fill out the adjacent application for membership in Composites United e.V. Please send the completed and signed application for membership by e-mail to Hiroji Nishikawa.

How does the procedure proceed?

When your application for membership has been received by Composites United e.V., the managing director will recommend – after examination – the acceptance of the application to the executive committee and inform you about it. If there is no objection within ten days, the recommendation is accepted. You will then be informed about the admission.

We are looking forward to welcoming you soon!

Advantages of a Membership

Support in the implementation of innovations
Participation in research and development projects
Research promotion via Carbon Composites Leichtbau gGmbH as a member of the German Federation of Industrial Research Associations "Otto von Guericke" e.V. (AiF).
Mediation of cooperations and business initiations with companies and research institutions of the latest composite technology
Involvement in new strategic development directions, e.g. in the field of digitisation and AI
Constructively critical support of the legislative authorities in the field of sustainability and recycling of CFRP.
Possibility of a targeted search for skilled workers
Access to new national and international markets
Information and participation in national and international funding initiatives
Reduced or free participation in theme days and specialist events
Free participation in numerous meetings of the working groups and circles as well as the possibility to create your own groups
High-profile presentation at the CU joint stand at national and international trade fairs
Publication of the latest information from your company in the CU reports
Reduced or free attendance of further education seminars
People with a passion for innovation and new technologies
National and international networking
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Unsere
Projekte

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Events &
Termine

Auf den Gemeinschaftsständen des CCeV trifft sich die Fachwelt. Und auf den Veranstaltungen innerhalb des Netzwerks können sich Interessierte aktuell informieren.

    Travels to Japan

    Since 2012 there have been close contacts to Japan, which have been continuously expanded in delegation trips to Japan in 2012, 2014 and 2015. Through the InterSpin+ funding project of the former CFK Valley e. V., activities have been significantly intensified since the end of 2017 and a total of 5 trips to Japan have taken place in the period from December 2017 to December 2019. An overview of these trips can be found on this page.

    27.11. – 02.12.2017

    Japan delegation trip to prepare the internationalization project with Japan (InterSpin+)

    20.05. – 26.05.2018

    Japan trip of Dr. Bastian Brenken and Dr. Gunnar Merz to find partners and present the project Interspin+ (Nagoya, Fukui, Kanazawa)

    05.12. – 12.12.2018

    Japan Journey of Dr. Joachim Henning and Dr. Bastian Brenken to Kanazawa and surroundings to discuss project ideas with potential Japanese partners and the ICC and to sign Letters of Intent (LoI) for project implementation.

    25.05. – 02.06.2019

    Delegation trip with German partners to Japan by Johanna Klee and Dr. Bastian Brenken to support the project initiation and visit Japanese project partners, reception by Ishikawa Prefecture

    26.11. – 02.12.2019

    Japan Trip by Johanna Klee and Dr. Bastian Brenken with partners of the JEC Group to plan the JEC Forum Japan

    Our
    partners

    Innovative Composite Materials Research and Development Center (ICC) of the Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Ishikawa

    The ICC Research and Development Center strives for cross-sector, interdisciplinary technology integration through joint research with many research partners and companies. Through the joint use of knowledge and technologies for the production and use of composite materials, an innovative, application-oriented product development according to the Open Innovation concept takes place. Besides technology development, the aim of the activities is the best possible networking with Japanese and international partners in order to achieve joint value creation.

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    Composite Highway Consortium (CHC)

     

     

    The Composite Highway Consortium with three composites centers (ICC, NCC, GCC) as the main actor regularly organizes the Composite Highway Convention. The consortium consists of eight public research institutions and private companies, whose core members are NCC of Nagoya University, ICC of the Kanazawa Institute of Technology and GCC of Gifu University. Its primary goal is to form the world’s largest hub for carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP), encompassing research and development, production, processing and assembly of CFRP’s. The Composite Highway Convention brings together all member organizations to share current activities and publish the latest product development results.

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    National Composite Center (NCC) in Nagoya

    The National Composites Center (NCC) of Nagoya University was founded on the initiative of industry, academia and the Japanese government, to investigate and develop molding techniques for carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP). The introduction of a large composite molding system including semi-finished product manufacturing and a large press enables the NCC to test and evaluate CFRP molding techniques with short cycle times on full-size components. The production technology established by the NCC is focused on the automotive sector and can be fed directly into the production lines. Based on these technologies, the National Composites Center (NCC) of Nagoya University successfully developed the world’s first lightweight thermoplastic CFRP chassis for passenger cars.

     

    Industrial Technology Center (ITC) of Fukui Prefecture

     

     

    The Fukui Industrial Technology Center functions as a comprehensive research and testing institute open to local industry, providing three main services: research and development, technical assistance and technology transfer. The field of research includes nanotechnology and materials.

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    Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO)

    The Japanese foreign trade promotion organization JETRO supports companies for mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world. The CU has also worked closely with the organization to promote its activities, especially in Kanazawa. Delegation trips to Japan by German CU members were partly financially supported by JETRO, which greatly enhanced the exchange.

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