The British Plastics Federation (BPF) has launched its 2019 rotational moulding conference. This year’s event will focus on the benefits and the challenges of designing for rotational moulding.
The conference will take place on 3 and 4 June 2019 at Loughborough University. This will mark the first time that the BPF has held a two-day rotational moulding conference.
The conference has also been designed to attract students, with free entry for students and a taster session at the beginning of the day aimed at students looking to enter the industry.
The conference will feature presentations from industry experts such as Gareth McDowell from 493K and Martin Spencer from Uniqueroto. The conference programme will explore topics including ‘Rotational Moulding in the Marine Environment’, ‘Design for the Future’ and ‘Designing for Recyclability’.
Phil Maddox, chair of the BPF Rotational Moulding Group and managing director of Leafield Environmental states:
‘This event will explore the unique design features of rotational moulding. It is an opportunity for our industry to come together to share ideas and to promote rotational moulding, both to manufacturers and to the next generation.’
Full details of the seminar are available on the BPF website.
For more information, please visit https://www.bpf.co.uk/events/rotational-moulding-seminar-2019.aspx or contact Paul Baxter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7457 5047.