More than 245 members of the rotomolding community attended ARM’s Annual Meeting in Denver last week. There were 105 rotomolders in attendance — up 19% from our Cleveland meeting.
The meeting also received excellent feedback from dozens of first-time attendees.
One first-timer told us: “As a new molder.I was extremely impressed with the organization of the conference. I was appreciative of the engagement level and professionalism of the staff. I had been told that this is a tight-knit industry and everyone knows each other and found that to be the case. But, everyone also tends to work with and respect each other. We brought three people to the meeting. We were very well received and felt like part of the group.”
Another first-timer said: “I was very impressed with all of the information and details that were provided. I talked with a lot of other rotomolders and got information from them on how they do things versus what we do. It was great to get that feedback. I was glad to see the smaller workshops so I could talk and speak at these meetings comfortably.”
Plastics News has a thorough round-up of all the Awards presented in Denver here.
Adam Webb is the Executive Director of ARM.
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