TARRC @ Ecobuild 2012, ExCel London 20th-22nd March 2012

TARRC exhibited at Ecobuild 2012, the UK’s largest construction event for sustainable design, products and materials for the construction industry and the built environment, at ExCel London from 20th-22nd March 2012. TARRC exhibited with the Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) and other Malaysian manufacturers related to the construction/design industries.

Ecobuild is for suppliers of sustainable and innovative construction products and services, attended by the most influential individuals and organisations in design and construction.

TARRC's David Cawthra on the stand at Ecobuild 2012
1. The Malaysian Pavilion at Ecobuild 2012.
2. TARRC's David Cawthra talks to Mr Raja Badrulnizam, the Malaysian Trade Commissioner to the UK.
3. TARRC's Norain Tyler speaking to two architectural design students about Malaysian rubber products.
4. TARRC's David Cawthra in discussions with Dr Hafsah Mohd Ghazaly, the MREPC Europe representative.

TARRC exhibited on behalf of the Malaysian rubber and rubber products manufacturers covering sustainable rubber parts for construction and civil works industries including:

Sustainable Rubber Flooring
Building Mounts
Acoustic Solutions
Expansion Joints
Recycled Rubber Surfaces
Carpet Underlay

Since its launch in 2005, Ecobuild has almost doubled in size every year to become the biggest event in the world for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. Combining a huge product showcase – over 1,300 suppliers of sustainable and innovative construction products – with an information programme comprising more than 100 conference and seminar sessions, delivered by 750 expert speakers, plus dozens of interactive and educational attractions, Ecobuild is a compelling proposition for exhibitors and visitors alike.

For visitors, Ecobuild is the industry’s major showcase of sustainable products and materials, an unequalled opportunity to discover new suppliers and contacts. Over 55,000 of the most influential individuals in design and construction visit Ecobuild, representing some of the most valuable and prestigious projects across the UK and internationally. It’s also the definitive source of information about design and construction, where learning meets practical application, and puts them both alongside suppliers of products and solutions.

For more information on Ecobuild visit their website www.ecobuild.co.uk

If you were unable to attend Ecobuild 2012 but would like to arrange a meeting with TARRC please contact David Cawthra. T:01992 585907


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