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Girls in Engineering

‘Only 7% of parents would encourage their girl to pursue a career in engineering.’ This statement, which was put forward in a recent article, was the result of research conducted…

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Plastics in Medical

‘Modern healthcare would be impossible without plastic medical products’. Stated by Plastics Europe – Association of Plastics Manufacturers, they highlight how plastics are now one of the key materials…

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The Future of Packaging?

Traditionally companies have spent their time and money on the aesthetics of packaging – differentiating their product from the competition. Now however, company’s attention has turned to the consumer…

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Meet Luke McMorris

Luke McMorris, a 17 year old electrical mechanical engineering student from Hartlepool College of Further Education joined our team for a one week student placement during half term. Omega’s relationship with…

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Plastics in Automotive

“Increased use of plastics in automotive applications has been on a decades-long and incremental journey of greater acceptance.” While a recent article in Plastics News highlights the continued upsurge of…

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Northumbria University Visit

Our previous news story highlighted importance of educating our future generations and engaging students in the engineering and manufacturing procedures and here at Omega Plastics we took part in…

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