Engel Moulders’ Group is a forum organised by Engel UK for networking as well as the exchange of technical information. EMG events include training days and technology events organised in cooperation with partners in the industry.
Mouldmaking starts with HASCO. Every success story begins with a basic idea. Ours is to offer you the best possible support in mouldmaking. With this in mind, we designed the standard mould base that made HASCO a recognised industry pioneer.
HASCO founded 1924 in Lüdenscheid/Germany is today the international leading supplier of modular standardised steel mould plates and associated components, accessories and Hot Runner systems. Its range comprises more than 100,000 products, providing you with customised and cost-efficient solutions for tool and mouldmaking, as well as for the plastics processing industry. About 700 employees at 35 locations worldwide are working with you on the standards of tomorrow.
Meusburger is a leading manufacturer in the field of high-precision standard parts. More than 17,000 customers all over the world make use of the numerous advantages of standardisation and benefit from the company's over 50 years of experience in working with steel. Offering an extensive range of standard parts, combined with high-grade products in the field of workshop equipment, Meusburger is a reliable global partner for making dies, mould bases, jigs and fixtures.
Motan-colortronic is a member of the motan group and is organized into 6 different sales regions representing over 80 countries on all continents. We thereby ensure our customers access to our engineering and other services because we are located nearby.
Our Tech Centers are proof of our customer commitment and are maintained and located in each sales region. Our customers can find project-based process applications in each of our Tech Centers.
RJG's Mission: "Helping Molders and Their Customers Succeed"
RJG is a recognized international leader in injection molding training, technology and resources.
RJG provides comprehensive tools and training that allow molders to implement Scientific/Systematic Molding Techniques thus improving molding quality, productivity and profitability.
PlastikCity is a web-based procurement and marketing facility, serving the UK plastics industry. This includes a facility to acquire and compare quotes from the UK’s leading suppliers, across a comprehensive range of products and services. All suppliers are vetted to have a strong UK base and excellent service. PlastikCity also has a facility to trade used and surplus equipment and material, and a plastics jobs section.
Established in 1933 the British Plastics Federation is the most powerful voice in the UK plastic industry with over 500 members across the plastics industry supply chain, including polymer producers and suppliers, additive manufacturers, recyclers, services providers, end users, plastics processorsand machinery manufacturers, representing over 80% of the industry by turnover.
The BPF promotes the interests of its Members principally through its four Market Sector Groups and its many common interest Business Groups. The BPF Central Expert Committees address industry wide concerns including Environment, Fire, Product Safety and Industrial Health & Safety.
British Industrial Design Association membership is a
benchmark of expertise, creativity and best-practice for professional product,
interaction and service designers.
BIDA is a not-for-profit organisation, run by a
volunteer, elected board of designers.
We are committed to improving creative skills and knowledge. We advocate good design education and
practice to business, government and it's agencies.
GTMA is a UK-based trade association representing leading companies in precision engineering, rapid product development, toolmaking, tooling technologies, metrology and other critical manufacturing related products and services.
We have a committed strategy to focus on major market sector opportunities, from aerospace and automotive to medical and marine. Our work with OEMs and Tier 1s has seen initiatives to raise standards in our membership base which is now seen as a valuable resource for buyers building manufacturing supply chains. These initiatives include the launch three years ago of the Manufacturing Resource Centre (MRC) specifically dedicated to providing supply chain solutions.
GTMA members receive a range of benefits – among these are business development programmes to ensure they reach the very high standards required by the sector buyers.
The Plastics Design & Moulding event was first launched in 2005 at the Telford International Centre. In 2018 the show returns once again to its home in Telford, located in the midlands the heart of the UK plastics industry. Telford has been known as the ‘plastics valley’ for over 20 years as is home to over 100 polymer-related companies.
Supported by all the major associations, the PDM event is the place to meet a cross section of the industry and fulfill multiple purposes all at once. PDM2018 will showcase the latest innovation and excellence in the plastics industry. Exhibitors will include machinery manufactures, moulders, material suppliers, recyclers, mould makers, mould and component suppliers and much more.
If you are involved in the industry, you cannot afford to miss this event!
Plastics News is a weekly, 46000-circulation trade newspaper and digital platform delivering global business news and insights of the global plastics industry since 1989.
Providing polymer training and consultancy, specialising in injection moulding, blow moulding and extrusion training , we are a technical training and consultancy business that is owned by City of Wolverhampton College.
RECOUP works in collaboration with all stakeholders to promote, develop, stimulate and increase the levels of plastics recycling within the UK.
SPE is the leading technical society for the global plastics industry. It is a community of individuals involved in the technical and commercial aspects of the plastics and polymer industry. It is a place where individuals can interact, learn and develop skills to meet their personal and professional goals. This community fosters technical innovation and industry competitiveness through scientific development and commercialization.
With over 22,500+ members from 84 different countries, SPE is the largest, most well-known plastics professional society in the world. For over 75 years, we are the “go to” place for technical information, training, networking and knowledge sharing for plastics professionals who want to advance their knowledge and their careers.
The Scottish Plastics and Rubber Association (SPRA) is a Scottish Company Limited by Guarantee, (Company Number: SC270173; Registered Address: 24 Great King Street, Edinburgh EH3 6QN).
The SPRA provides a forum for discussion of topics of mutual benefit to members in the form of technical and business meetings, seminars, a regular newsletter and a website. The SPRA also organises social functions for members to allow them to relax in the company of professionals with similar outlook, away from the stresses of the workplace. SPRA members are encouraged to engage in Continuing Professional Development (CPD), participate in the activities of the Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3) and form links with other groups with similar interests.
The SPRA is affiliated to the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and is also an Affiliate Member of the British Plastics Federation