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Marinha Grande, 26th-27th September 2016

During the MOULDS EVENT 2016, the MATERIALIX Consortium took the opportunity to realize the 1st External Expert Advisors Board Meeting (EEAB) (+3rd Consortium Meeting).  The Consortium presented the MATERIALIX Project, its mains goals and expected results of the Project.

EEAB presented their professional experiences and how each one of them could contribute to the findings of the project, namely to improve the services to clusters members, as well as identified initiatives and collaborations that could be used to support the transnational cluster and future activities regarding clean technologies & green materials.





 Lyon, 27th-28th June 2016

During the PLASTIPOLIS FORUM 2016, PLASTIPOLIS hosted the 1st General Assembly of MATERIALIX Consortium (+ 2nd consortium meeting) on 27th-28th June. A first review of the work on progress was done, as well as an update and detailed planning of the project.

The Portuguese Engineering & Tooling Cluster, represented by CEFAMOL, was presented with a stand and has promoted the MATERIALIX Project through the roll-up poster and flyers.




Portuguese Engineering & Tooling Cluster, act on behalf of the European Materialix Consortium (GA n.º 696673), launches a Call for expressions of interest to identify a list of subcontractors candidates who shall be invited to submit a tender for cluster management excellence training services.
Expressions of interest should be submitted in English through the Annex I by electronic means at the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The deadline for submission the Expressions of Interest is 11th July, 17 hrs Central European Time.
After that, and under a Direct award Procedure according the Portuguese Public Contracts Code – here in after referred to as P.C.C., the contracting organisation will invite directly the subcontractors and send to them the Invitation to Tender and terms of reference relating to the contract in question.

For more information see documents below:

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