Assocompositi joined the Lombardy Mobility Cluster

Assocompositi, the Italian Industry Association for composite materials, has joined the Lombardy Mobility Cluster (CLM), one of the nine Technology Clusters certified by the Lombardy Region. CLM oversees the automotive, nautical, rail, and intermodality (transport and infrastructure).

CLM includes enterprises, universities, research centres, public institutions and business associations. The Cluster’s goal is to provide services, to develop research, innovation and internationalisation projects and to foster access to new public funding opportunities.

Among the most recent activities, the publication of the Notebook on Materials for Smart and Sustainable Mobility that wants to enhance the excellence of Lombardy and suggest themes for the next Work Programme of the Lombardy Region.

Click here to download the Notebook.

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