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PDM 2014, the only exhibition aimed at

the design and moulding aspects of the

UK's plastics industry, returns to the

Telford International Centre on June 18 -

19 and will be co-located with launch

event Plastics Recycling Expo.

The event is supported by GTMA and is

being billed as "the only dedicated plastics

recyling exhibition and conference in


PDM (Plastics Design and Moulding) is

recognised as the place for plastics and

design professionals to see the latest technological advances, network with the industry

and source

new business opportunities.

Visitors will be able to meet with representatives from

right across the spectrum of the

plastics, design and moulding community

including suppliers and specialists in areas


Injection moulding, polymer producers, rapid

prototyping, rotational moulding, compounders, additive manufacturing, blow

moulding, polymer distributors, design, ancillary equipment, master batch and additives,

industry services, automation and robotics,

software, consumables and accessories,

mould component suppliers and moulders.

The PDM organisers have developed a freeto-attend conference

alongside the exhibition. Themes include design, sustainability,

packaging, market analysis and much more.


The Plastics Recycling Expo (PRE) alongside

PDM is a launch exhibition and conference

specifically for plastics recycling professionals. It will bring together key players from


plastics and recycling sectors in order to

learn, network and capitalise on the business opportunities plastic recycling


With recent restrictions on landfill and

increased demand for sustainability, there is

a huge amount of work to be done to

achieve parity and there are substantial business opportunities available.

PRE offers a chance to network with a

broad cross section of the industry and

meet decision makers from the public and

private sector. This two day exhibition and

strategic conference will unite specialists

from design/manufacturing, brand owners

from the packaging, automotive, medical

and consumer goods sectors and those

already involved in plastics recycling to conduct business and discuss the future


plastics recycling.

Anyone wishing to register for the free-toattend exhibition and conference

can now

do so online at:




As the world's largest supplier of standard

mould units and an acknowledged

hot runner specialist, GTMA supplier

HASCO is an expert partner for mould

making and tooling design and for the

plastics processing industry.

The company's success began in 1924 and

it is now represented at 35 sites worldwide

with a product portfolio of 80,000 items,

and a reputation of providing innovations for

competitive edge and a global service without compromise.

Its solutions are economical and improve

productivity and competitiveness. Core

business skills are:

Mould Base Division: Innovative product

development in mould accessories;

Outstanding steel / machining expertise;

Proven precision and quality; Fast delivery;

and Personal, customised support.

Hot Runner Division: Extensive injection

moulding expertise; Design of complete hot

runner system solutions including instrumentation and control;

Worldwide application

support; and Support with mould design.

Hasco's international service network guarantees rapid availability of the globally

recognised HASCO standard units and has

around 20,000 customers who put their

trust and confidence in its employees,

know-how, precision and in the quality of its


It is passionate about setting new standards

in perfection and innovation and promotes

itself under the banner: HASCO - Together

we shape your ideas.

Find out more on the GTMA Stand E019.






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