Telford, UK -- The 2010 Plastic Design and Moulding Exhibition and Conference (PDM), to be held at the Telford International Centre, UK, from 18-20 May 2010, will include keynote addresses from Sir Richard Needham, international and commercial director at Dyson; Professor Martin Darbyshire, ceo of Tangerine; and founder of WMG, Lord Bhattacharyya.
Other sessions at the conference will include 'New Product Development and Design in Detail' -- featuring detailed case studies on plastics design and moulding of consumer products, packaging and plastic electronics.
"New Knowledge, New Business is the underlying theme of the PDM10 event and we have strengthened the conference programme this year as part of a package of measures that will ensure our exhibitors and visitors can fully realise this theme," said Steve Crowhurst, event director. "In particular our keynote speakers' outstanding reputations and depth of knowledge of some of the biggest issues facing the UK plastics industry will deliver invaluable insights to any design and moulding professional s attending the three-day conference," he added.
The PDM Exhibition, which has been running since 2005, is part of the Plastics News Global Group owned by Crain Communications Inc., which also includes leading plastics publications Plastics & Rubber Weekly, European Plastics News and Plastics News -- all sister publications of Urethanes Technology International.
Exhibitors include suppliers of injection-moulding, rotational-moulding abd blow moulding machinery, as well as makers of ancillary equipment and moulds, and automation companies. Also taking space will be polymer producers, compounders, distributors, masterbatch and additive suppliers, software companies, materials-testing specialists, moulders, rapid prototyping companies, design companies and other industry services, the statement said.
For more information visit www.pdmevent.com (RD)