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Extrusion Blow Moulded Plastic Bottles

Updated: Feb 15, 2019

How to get on the front foot and reduce the weight of existing bottles before you’re forced to?

In today's world, the ever-growing pressures on manufacturers to reduce waste in manufacturing is more than just financial, community and government pressure will eventually dictate you must reduce your environmental impact.

Reducing the weight of plastic bottles reduces your environmental impact throughout the supply chain and is the simplest action you can take without spending huge amounts of money on capital, and it will also reduce your manufacturing costs.

In this seminar, we will discuss how you can reduce the weight of existing products while maintaining and even improving functional performance, but more importantly how to sustain and grow this mindset through your teams so the process doesn’t stop, it becomes a way of operating.

The seminar program is as follows:

5:30 pm to 6:00 pm Registration and Refreshments

6:00 pm to 6:05 pm

Welcome Han Michel, NSW Representative SPE: A-NZ Section

6:05 pm to 6:35 pm

What is going on in the market for plastic bottles users and why is this important Derek Joy, Packaging Development Manager, Green’s General Foods, Glendenning

6:35 pm to 7:05 pm

Tips from an expert on “How to” optimize your EBM process and equipment

Stephen Barter, Principal, Pro-technical, Gymea

7:05 pm to 7.15 pm

Improvement in a different way - Introduction

Simon Murray, Big Change Agency, Lead engineer, Sydney

7:15 pm to 7:50 pm

Panel on Blow Moulding and potential improvements – Q&A

Stephen Barter, Derek Joy, Simon Murray headed by Han Michel

7.50 pm to 8:00 pm

Closing Remarks

Han Michel, Representative for NSW, SPE: A-NZ Section

8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Refreshments, Finger Food and Networking

For further information contact Han Michel on 0416 168 255 or​

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