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Hurst Green Plastics have had a successful Farnborough Airshow 2014. Visitors from all over the world visited our fantastically positioned stand in Hall 1.

We prPresentationoudly showed all our visitors our TwinBin System, TripFlag System, BinFlags, Kitting Solutions and brand new for this year we displayed all our systems integrated with RFID.

The stand was extremely busy every day and we had visitors from world-wide showing interest, including the Minister of Interior for Saudi Arabia who was so interested he visited for a second time five minutes later!


We received invaluable coverage from BBC North West Tonight and BBC Radio Lancashire, who visited the exhibition and interviewed our very own Managing Director Tommy Sharples. Tommy has this to say:

‘Its fantastic for a small company such as ourselves to showcase our products at an event such as Farnborough Airshow. With visitors from all over the world showing interest and even the press wanting to speak to us – its great to get this amount of coverage for our company’.

With customers new and old visiting the stand, Farnborough Airshow is a great way to meet face to face after years of emailing – often across the Globe. General Manager Julie Monaco took to the stand and said this.

‘You speak to people often on a daily basis, but never get the opportunity for face to face communication and this is such an important factor within business and building good business relationships, furthermore Farnborough Airshow allows us to showcase our products to new customers as well as show our current customers all our new products. The RFID has been the showstopper this year with enquiries far and wide. Everyone here at Hurst Green Plastics is looking forward to seeing this product flourish on the market.


Hurst Green Plastics Ltd would like to personally thank all the team at NWAA for all their help and assistance – and for the fantastic position, we had at the airshow.

See you all in 2016, yeah?

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