Exact dates to be confirmed soon
The EAGS is a two-day conference and exhibition covering markets, products, technologies and applications for all types of geosynthetics: geotextiles, geogrids, geonets, geomembranes, geocomposites, geocells and roofing felts and membranes. Innovative topics in line with the sustainability issues are also covered.
It is a unique networking event attracting leading decision makers from across the geosynthetics supply chain, from raw materials to buyers and users of geosynthetics, with specific reference to Greater Europe, including Russia, and Asia. A tabletop exhibition is organized to facilitate networking between participants and companies representatives.
Simultaneous translation into English and Mandarin is provided throughout the conference.
"Since the Chinese Belt and Road policy was launched, geotextiles are even more topical and promising as a market segment. Geotextiles will not only be indispensable to implement such a large infrastructure plan, they will also help reduce the environmental impact.”
Pierre Wiertz, General Manager, EDANA
The EAGS is co-organised by CNITA (China Nonwovens & Industrial Textiles Association) and EDANA
The second EurAsian Geotextiles Symposium (EAGS) was held in Beijing, 18 - 19 November, attracting around 150 participants who enjoyed a productive 2-day event exploring the latest technical developments and case studies in the geosynthetics sphere and exchanging best practices in standardisation and sustainability.
Standardisation, sustainability and environmental protection were key themes at the event with many presentations illustrating how geosynthetics can provide solutions in these areas, including prevention and remediation of natural disasters.
EAGS again confirmed its position as a unique must-attend event for professionals in this sector, reinforced this year thanks to the conjunction with the annual plenary meeting of ISO TC 221 on geosynthetics, allowing many to combine both events. Read more
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