Registration Opens for Interplas 2017

Registration for Interplas 2017, the UK’s leading plastics industry event, is now open.

Under the theme ‘Innovation Happens Here’, Interplas 2017 is the only event in the UK to cover all the plastics manufacturing processes, applications and services, making it a vital focal point for the entire plastics supply chain.

From 26th-28th September 2017, organiser, Interplas Events Ltd, part of the Rapid News Communications Group, is looking forward to welcoming over 400 exhibitors to an expanded show floor at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham.

Interplas 2017 is now 25 per cent larger than the show floor at Interplas 2014.

This larger space will include some of the biggest names in global plastics processing, as well as exciting features such as the Knowledge Pavilion, where visitors can source information and advice; Mediplas at Interplas, a dedicated area of the show floor for medical plastics; and the expert-packed Main Stage conference programme.

Interplas 2017 will also recognise forward-looking technologies and projects with the ‘Interplas Introducing’ stage, while the event will also welcome back the popular Women in Plastics networking evening.

The must-attend UK event in the plastics industry diary will once again be co-located with additive manufacturing and 3D technology event, TCT Show, which Interplas visitors will be able to explore using their Interplas 2017 badge.

Interplas Conference Manager Leanne Taylor said: “Still some five months out from the show, there is a real sense of momentum building, with many exhibitors making Interplas the focal point for their activities in 2017. Now that registration is open, visitors can secure their place to ensure that come September they can take advantage of the opportunity to compare working technology, find answers to their questions and gain genuine insight. Where business is concerned, it’s an opportunity not to be missed.”

Interplas 2017 takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, on 26th-28th September 2017. Visitors can register for free at

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