IMCD UK Showcase latest Innovations at the Medical Technology Exhibition


The IMCD UK Convertors team recently attended the highly anticipated Medical Technology Exhibition held at the Coventry Building Society Arena from the 22nd to the 23rd of March.

As part of our ongoing commitment to showcase our innovative and cutting-edge solutions, we are excited to announce that this is just the first of two medical shows we'll be attending this year, with the second one being the sister exhibition, held in Galway, this coming September.

The event provided the team, including Dr. Joe Marsh, Medical Polymers Account Manager, and Andy Partridge, Market Manager Convertors, with an excellent opportunity to engage with existing customers and new prospects, discuss upcoming projects and introduce our impressive medical polymer portfolio to a wider audience.

Of particular interest to the attendees was the pressing issue of sustainability in medical device manufacturing. Our team were able to share our expertise on this crucial topic as well as highlight the Borealis Bornewable range of Polyolefins that we supply. We had excellent feedback on the range, due in large to the fact that these grades can be used as drop-in replacements for existing Bormed materials, making them an excellent choice for sustainable manufacturing.

The UK is one of Europe’s main design centres and it is hoped that from the discussions had at this show, not only are we enhancing the name of IMCD UK within the UK/Irish medical market, but if projects do go offshore, IMCD offices will be able to provide the relevant support to the moulder chosen.

Dr. Joe Marsh  - Medical Polymers Account Manager at IMCD UK and Ireland
"After walking the show in 2022, having an exhibition stand this year enabled us to have valuable discussions with new potential customers, in addition to meetings with existing customers. We are thrilled to announce our upcoming attendance at the Medical Technologies sister show in Galway, Ireland, this September, where we will be exhibiting once again".