BPF And Hardie Polymers Discuss Strength Of UK Injection Moulding Sector

- May 04, 2017-

The British Plastics Federation (BPF) visited Hardie Polymers’ premises in Glasgow recently 

where they discussed the strength of the UK’s injection moulding sector. 


Visiting the materials distributor for the first time since it underwent a rebranding,

the BPF’s Director General, Philip Law, and Membership Services Director, Stephen Hunt, 

also discussed the recent severe price increases affecting engineering polymers and the 

consequences to moulding companies. 


Fergus Hardie, Managing Director of Hardie Polymers, said: “We are very proud members of 

the British Plastics Federation. So it was great to see Philip Law and Stephen Hunt from 

the BPF in our offices.”


Hardie Polymers recently announced it would be exhibiting at Interplas, the UK’s largest 

plastics industry exhibition, for the first time in 2017. The company will be part of the 

‘PlastikCity Pavilion’ on Stand A40N. 


“We’re excited to be exhibiting at Interplas this year.  Also we’re delighted to be part 

of PlastikCity’s Pavilion, where some of our own customers are exhibiting too. We hope to 

meet up with many friends in the industry and to make contact with companies who don’t 

currently know what we do and how we could help them.

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