Further Reading on Titanium and the Future of the Bicycle Industry
When it comes to pondering the use of titanium for the global production of bicycles, one might say that the wheels are always turning when it comes to the latest designs and technology, and that industry trends and consumer preferences go in cycles. Andrea Carolina Clark, titanium product manager, Continental Steel & Tube Co., Fort Lauderdale, FL, will share her perspective on “The Future of the Global Bicycle Industry” during the TITANIUM EUROPE 2018 Conference
and Exhibition, sponsored and organized by the International
Titanium Association (ITA), which will be held May 14-16 in Seville, Spain. Click here to read more!
Titanium and the Future of the Bicycle Industry
Our very own Andrea Clark is headed to Spain this weekend to speak at the International Titanium Association Conference about the Future of the Bicycle Industry. You can read more about her research here!
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