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Relinea to showcase GRP solutions at Data Centre World London 2024

Thu 8 Feb 2024

Advanced materials innovator Relinea is gearing up to make a significant impact at the Data Centre World London, scheduled for March 6-7 2024.

The company plans to exhibit its GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) solutions, designed to revolutionise the data centre industry.

Innovative GRP Solutions for Data Centres

With a rich history of collaboration with leading data centre construction companies in the UK and Europe, Relinea brings a wealth of experience and deep insights into the data centre sector. The company offers a comprehensive suite of services, encompassing design, manufacturing, and installation of GRP Data Centre solutions.

Relinea’s commitment to innovation and industry-leading expertise is evident in its end-to-end project support. The team is dedicated to assisting architects, engineers, and contractors in selecting the most appropriate GRP products for their specific needs, ensuring optimal outcomes from project inception to completion.

Data Centre World London presents an unparalleled platform for industry professionals to engage with Relinea’s experts, facilitating meaningful exchanges and collaborations. The event is an excellent opportunity for those involved in data centre and critical infrastructure projects to explore Relinea’s offerings and discuss potential solutions.

Join Relinea at Data Centre World London

Relinea extends an invitation to industry professionals, including architects, project managers, and quantity surveyors, to attend Data Centre World London.

Attendees are encouraged to register for free and connect with Relinea’s representatives at stand D50 to discover the transformative potential of GRP in data centre applications.

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6-7 March 2024, ExCeL London

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Don’t miss your chance to carve out successful strategies and find solutions that future-proof your next generation of data centres.

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