A plastics ancillary solution provider has become a corporate member of a society which promotes the plastic and rubber industry.
TH Plastics, based in Glossop, have recently expanded their team and have seen an increase in activity across Scotland.
TH Plastics have now become corporate members of the Scottish Plastics and Rubber Association (SPRA), and travelled to Scotland for the 44th annual dinner dance recently.
The SPRA provides a forum for discussion of topics of mutual benefit to members in the form of technical and business meetings, seminars, a regular newsletter and a website.
Members, with a common interest in plastics and rubber materials and representing from shop floor to senior management, are drawn from over 80 organisations covering raw material suppliers, converters, small enterprises to multi-national companies, machinery suppliers, designers, consultants and academic institutions.
Lee Thomas, Managing Director of TH Plastics, said: “We believe becoming a member of the SPRA will enable the company to share best practice and help attract customers in the region, as well as companies providing service, raw material and equipment.
“After expanding the team and increasing our sales force, we want to ensure we have our finger on the pulse in Scotland. The friendships we’re hoping to make will also help to unlock doors that we’ve not been able to pass through before.
“The dinner dance was a great night and a fantastic opportunity to meet fellow members of the society. by joining the SPRA, it’s hoped that this shows that we care for the Scottish Plastics and Rubber industry. We want to support it and we’re willing to put our name to it.”
The dinner took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Glasgow and featured a gala dinner, live band and after dinner speaker.