Like past editions, The Global Blow Moulding Congress™ 2019 will bring together technical, commercial and managerial experts representing the entire supply chain
From a functional point of view, the audience consists in approximately equal proportion of technical and commercial executives.
Attending the conference benefits your business/employer; it is also good for your own career and industry profile. By attending, you will:
All technical and business issues related to sustainable plastic bottles and containers:
PET or HDPE? EBM or SBM?
All blow moulding technologies and polymeric materials are included. Customers do not buy PET or HDPE, EBM or SBM bottles; they buy suitable, sustainable and affordable packaging solutions. Any technology/material offering such solutions competes for a share of the market. Moreover, technology is forever expanding: nowadays, polyolefins can be processed through ISBM technology, while PET can be extruded into containers with handles. Therefore, it is artificial and unhelpful for a conference to address just one technology/material class.
In 2017, circa 31 million metric tonnes of thermoplastic polymers have been processed by blow moulding. They were converted into bottles, jars, jerricans, plastic drums, IBCs, toys, automotive fuel tanks, various other containers and technical parts – worth a total of circa $650 billion. Spread across the globe, blow moulding is a sophisticated industry, utilising complex technical and commercial processes. It benefits from continuous innovation in materials, machinery, process and product design. It utilises a plethora of channels to market and provides solutions to the complex requirements of a demanding set of customers.
Blow Moulding 2019 is organised by Nortal, a business consultancy specialising in the polymers & plastics industry.
The conference will be chaired by Mr. Noru Tsalic. A polymers and plastics industry professional with broad expertise and more than 25 years experience, Mr. Tsalic has successfully developed and chaired numerous similar events.