BP&R is the leading publication for polymer processors in the UK. The magazine is a long-running, highly respected title, which covers all aspects of the plastics and rubber industries. It publishes a broad mix of highly technical articles and features, as well as important industry news and updates through both print and digital media.
Organised by Rapid News Communications Group, which took over Interplas in 2011, this year's 'must attend' show will be hosted once again by the NEC, Birmingham, UK, and will run from September 30th to October 2nd. Visitor numbers are set to exceed 12,000, with more than 400 exhibitors taking their place among some of the biggest names in the industry for the triennial event.
Leanne Taylor, Editor of BP&R said: "As the headline magazine and media partner for Interplas, BP&R will be covering the event in its entirety, from pre-show build-up to last day stand break-downs, making sure we capture the buzz that surrounds the revitalised event.
Integration with the UK’s largest plastics industry exhibition means BP&R is seamlessly involved with the only event to cover all of the manufacturing processes, technologies and services within the plastics industry and, accordingly, will be reporting on the impressive line-up of major companies who are set to exhibit the very latest technology, machinery and innovation to a voracious audience."
2014's outing will see some of the industry’s top figures lined up to present on some of the most thought-provoking and relevant topics in the seminar sessions, meaning the show will be a hive of business activity on the stands as well as in the auditoriums. This platform will be complemented by a range of invaluable technology sessions for both newcomers and experienced attendees.
Taylor continued: "Interplas 2014 is set to play host to some renowned industry thought leaders and influencers who will present the latest thinking, as well as stimulate lively discussion, on some of the most pressing and current topics relevant to the plastics industry. BP&R will be extending this coverage as a vehicle to carry interviews and articles to give audiences a taste of what is to come at the show."