The British Plastics Federation (BPF) will be holding the 2019 edition of its rotational moulding conference 3-4 June at Loughborough University.
This year’s event will focus on the benefits and the challenges of designing for rotational moulding, the BPF said 7 May.
To attract the younger generation, the event is free to attend for students and will hold taster sessions at the beginning of each day for those looking to enter the industry.
The conference will feature presentations from industry experts, including Gareth McDowell from 493K and Martin Spencer from Uniqueroto.
The programme will explore topics such as ‘rotational moulding in the marine environment’, ‘design for the future’ and ‘designing for recyclability’.
“This event… 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,” said Phil Maddox, chair of the BPF Rotational Moulding Group and managing director of Leafield Environmental.