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ARMO 2023

Under the theme of ‘sustainable rotational moulding’, the ARMO conference visits Poland for the first time in 2023, following the outstanding success of the 2018 edition in Hamburg.

Visit the largest international rotational moulding event taking place in 2023 and discover the latest technological developments and innovations.



Access to the Venue

Opening times for the conference are:

10 September 15.30 to 18.00 (Welcome Reception begins at 16.00)
11 September 8.30 to 17.00

12 September 9.00 to 16.00

Access to the venue

The ARMO 2023 event will take place in the Earth Hall of the Poznan Congress Centre. Please access the conference through gate 9 on the map to your left. The Gala dinner for ARMO2023 will take place in Hall 11

Further information

ARMO 2023 is being organized by Rotopol and the British Plastics Federation (BPF), members of the Affiliation of Rotational Moulding Organisations (ARMO). More information about Rotopol and the BPF is below.

ARMO (the organisation) is the global alliance of the principal 12 rotomoulding associations located in different regions of the world. These are: AFR (France), ARM (North America), ARMA (Australasia), ARMSA (Southern Africa), ARM - CE (Central Europe), ANIPAC (Mexico), IT-RO (Italy), BPF (UK), CPPIA (China) Nordic ARM (Scandinavia), StAR (India & Asia) and Rotopol (Poland)

If you require further information about the event, please contact:

Paul Baxter

Tel: +44 (0)207 457 5047




The ROTOPOL Association was established in 2007 in Poznań to support and undertake activities for the development of rotational moulding technology in Poland. ROTOPOL is an association affiliated with the Poznań University of Technology and has been a member of The Affiliation of Rotational Moulding Organizations (ARMO) since 2012.

The aim of the ROTOPOL Association is the development of rotational moulding methods and polymer processing technologies in Poland by supporting research at rotational moulding factories, Poznań University of Technology and other universities; and the activation of its members to support the social movement for the development of science and technology related to the rotational moulding of polymers.

The association also promotes scientific and technical solutions resulting from research inspired by its members and conducts courses and training in the field of rotational moulding technology using the premises and infrastructure of the Poznań University of Technology. It also organizes the annual ‘ROTOPOL Spring Meeting’ conference.

About the British Plastics Federation

The British Plastics Federation (BPF) is the world's longest running plastics trade association.

It was established in 1933 and has represented and promoted the UK plastics industry ever since.


The BPF has more than 500 member companies that span the entire plastics supply chain.

These companies include plastics recyclers, polymer suppliers and distributors, additive suppliers, service providers, plastics processors, packaging manufacturers, equipment suppliers and more. These groups within the BPF represent over 80% of the UK plastics industry by turnover.

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