Nordic ARM Conference 2020
One of the highlights of the year so far for PSI Brand has been presenting at Nordic ARM Conference 2020, an industry event that took place in Helsinki, Finland on the 4th and 5th of February.
The Nordic Association of Rotational Moulders (ARM) was formed in 2007, with the purpose of providing a forum for manufacturers, suppliers, consultants and other rotational moulding industry members in Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland. The first annual Nordic ARM Conference was held in 2008 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and it has since grown into a leading industry event that attracts participants from all over the world, and provides a platform for networking for rotational moulders of all backgrounds.
As sponsors of the 11th Nordic Arm Conference earlier this year, PSI Brand were honoured to present to a global audience of more than 140 rotomoulders, with Walter Bonazzi giving a presentation on ‘How to brand plastics with confidence’.
Walter’s hugely successful presentation covered the basics of plastic branding and demonstrated best practices in permanent graphics for all types of rotomoulded products, using actual products, graphics, tools and equipment. He included a wide range of topics, such as how to apply graphics to plastic parts, how to brand and decorate rotational moulded products, and how to stand out in an increasingly saturated market. The PSI Brand interactive rotomoulder seminar was designed to instill confidence into its participants, and gave a taste of what it’s like to attend a Masterclass with PSI Brand as part of our rotomoulder training program.
Even if you couldn’t make it to the conference, you can still make use of PSI Brand’s comprehensive graphic training and certification program through our online portal. For more information, including how to get PSI Certified and how to get PSI approved, take a look at our introduction to PSI Certification, and register for free at our online portal to start your journey towards branding plastics with confidence.
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