13 May 2014
13 May 2014
Visitor registration for Interplas 2014, the “British Plastics Show”, is now open.
The triennial event is organised by Rapid News Communications Group, and is set to play host to more than 400 exhibitors.
The company explains Interplas is set to be the place to do business in the plastics industry in 2014, with a wide range of industry giants already registered to attend. A full list of confirmed exhibitors can be found on the event website.
Rapid News Communications Group describe how the outstanding exhibition floor will be complemented by an exceptional speaker line-up, which will see top flight innovators and leaders of the industry take to the stage to deliver thought-provoking and engaging speeches. Moreover, it states there will be a range of superb technology sessions for attendees from every corner of the market and of every experience level, to enlighten, educate and expand on the hottest topics facing the industry.
Interplas will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, running from September 30th to October 2nd, and is expected to draw more than 12,000 visitors.
The exhibition will be co-locating with corresponding design and manufacturing shows including TCT Show + Personalise, Sensing & Instrumentation, Micro Nano Memsand the PPMA Show. Visitors will have access to every event on one ticket.
Duncan Wood, COO and Event Director, commented: "We are extremely excited about the forthcoming show. On the back of a hugely successful event in 2011 the expanded exhibition floor is on track to be a sell out with almost 400 exhibitors taking their place in the hall. Anyone involved in designing and manufacturing plastic parts will find a wealth of new products, innovations and intelligence across the three-day event. It is clearly the biggest and most important event for the UK plastics industry and we look forward to welcoming thousands of visitors to the NEC in September.
Interplas 2014 takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, UK on September 30th-October 2nd 2014. Visitors can register for free at www.interplasuk.com/register.html.
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