Posted on: 25th Feb 2020
Digital Manufacturing Week (10-13 November 2020) is a national festival of advanced manufacturing which every year attracts thousands of manufacturers, industry leaders and technology providers.
Digital Manufacturing Week exists to provide manufacturing executives with the knowledge, contacts and solutions to navigate the sectors biggest challenges, including sustainability, digital transformation, innovation, diversity, automation and lean manufacturing.
The launch was hosted by The Lord Bilimoria CBE DL, on behalf of Grace Gilling, Managing Director of Hennick Group who publish The Manufacturer magazine. It took place at the Cholmondeley Room & Terrace, House of Lords on Monday 24th February 2020.
The UK’s leading manufacturers, engineers, industry supporters and politicians gathered to learn more about Digital Manufacturing Week. The launch also saw the release of the Annual Manufacturing Report 2020: The Search for Stability and The Manufacturer Opus publication, which features all the finalists from The Manufacturer MX Awards 2019.
PolyGlobal, based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, manufacture and supply bespoke engineered plastic mouldings. Using injection and cast moulding processes, they engineer and manufacture components from a range of polyurethanes and engineering plastics.
Established 34 years ago, they utilise their extensive experience to deliver every aspect of the moulding process from identifying the problem, helping to design the best solution, sourcing the most suitable material for manufacturing and testing it to ensure it meets international and industry requirements.
PolyGlobal were selected as finalists in the Achieving Customer Value and International Trade categories of the TMMX Awards alongside some of the UK’s leading names in the manufacturing sector.