EPTA - The European Pultrusion Technology Association was created in 1989 by the leading Pultruders in Europe with the mission to support the growth of the composite profiles industry by maximizing external communication efforts and having an actively contributing membership.
Pultrusion is one of the longest established technologies for manufacturing profiles made from fibre reinforced plastics. The aim of the Association was, and remains,
to reinforce the position of this process technology and promote their common interests. Today, the European Association of Pultruders has over 30 members throughout Europe and provides a strong network for pultruders sharing know-how and marketing ideas they have developed jointly...
The EPTA – European Pultrusion Technology Association organizes in cooperation with the ACMA – American Composites Manufacturers Association - the 15th World Pultrusion Conference on 27 – 28 February 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium. The conference is the largest specialized event on Pultrusion in Europe. The presentations are to document innovations in the following subject areas of pultruded reinforced plastics: ● Market development in Europe, USA, Asia ● Innovative applications ● Sustainability: Technical possibilities, recycling, etc. ● Raw materials ● Construction / Testing / Calculation ● Processes
Two industry thought leaders in composites manufacturing and pultrusion push for the advancement of pultrusion through strategic partnership, standards, and innovative technology. April 23, 2019 (Arlington, Va.) – On April 8–10, 2019, over 200 composites manufacturing business leaders and experts from North America and Europe assembled in Rosemont, IL for the North American Pultrusion Conference. Hosted by the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) in partnership with the European Pultrusion Technology Association (EPTA), the exciting composites industry event attracted leaders, customers, OEMs, and suppliers in search of the latest knowledge and information about pultrusion, including forecasts