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New Industry Partner for EIGCA

1.58am 16th May 2012 - Corporate

Infracore bridges were shown at Golf Industry Show 2012

The European Institute of Golf Course Architects has announced that InfraCore®, a division of FibreCore, has become a Bronze Industry Partner. InfraCore supplies composite golf bridges designed in Europe and constructed using technology developed in the Netherlands. The company claims that composite bridges offer considerable advantages over traditional materials, being both stronger than steel and lighter than concrete, easier to install and with reduced maintenance requirements.

CEO of InfraCore, Bob Buckingham, commented: “It is wonderful for me, in my new role representing Infracore Golf Bridges, to be back supporting the EIGCA and reacquainting with old friends. I look forward to establishing many new relationships in the future.”

Julia Green, EIGCA Executive Officer, said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome InfraCore as a new Bronze Industry Partner. As an EIGCA Industry Partner InfraCore will get opportunities to meet and communicate directly with our members and will have an unrivalled platform to promote their services and products through the EIGCA website, Ezine and at official EIGCA functions. Our Partners are a vital part of the EIGCA and we are sure that the company will benefit from the extra value that being an Industry Partner provides.”




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