Nick Henwood is the Director of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM). Nick has 35 years’ experience in rotomolding and is recognized as an expert in the field. His rotomolding career started at Dow Chemical and later he co-founded his own material supplier company, Matrix Polymers. His passion for research has resulted in important product developments and significant contributions to our understanding of the process. In 2006, he sold his shareholding in Matrix and created Rotomotive, a company which focuses on R&D, technical consultancy, and training services.
Nick is also a member of the British Plastics Federation, his local association, where he plays an active role. Over the years, he has contributed at many conferences worldwide, including ARMO groups in Europe, India, Australia and South Africa.
Since joining ARM in 1994, he has contributed presentations, training seminars, and blog posts with members of the association. He has served on various ARM committees and was a member of the ARM Board in the early 2000’s. For the last 5 years, Nick has served as ARM’s Technical Director, where he has been instrumental in boosting our education and training service to members. In particular, he has facilitated multiple webinar series which are available online to members.
The Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) is a worldwide trade association currently representing member companies in 58 countries. Members include manufacturers of rotationally molded plastic products, suppliers to the industry, designers, and professionals. ARM is the primary voice of the industry and the source for information on rotational molding. The Association serves its members by focusing on the needs of designers, customers, educators, suppliers, member company employees and regulators.