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ISPA – NIPA presentation Belfast, 3 May 2012. Polymers and plastics processing in France ISPA – A Centre of Excellence in Polymers and Plastics Processing Engineering School Apprentice training centre Research and Development Centre Corporate Training and Technology Transfer

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ispa nipa presentation belfast 3 may 2012
ISPA – NIPA presentationBelfast, 3 May 2012
  • Polymers and plastics processing in France
  • ISPA – A Centre of Excellence in Polymers and Plastics Processing
      • Engineering School
      • Apprentice training centre
      • Research and Development Centre
      • Corporate Training and Technology Transfer
  • Examples of ResearchProjects
the french plastics processing industry
The French Plastics ProcessingIndustry
  • 4 050 production plants
  • 151 000employees
  • 5 000 job opportunities / year

2nd in Europe after Germany

  • 31,2 billion € turnover
  • 6 % of French industry
  • 9 600 M€ exports 6th world exporter
  • 13 000 M€ imports 3rd world importer
2 main geographical areas
2 Main Geographical Areas

Alençon

  • East

Rhône-Alpes / Franche-Comté

    • 972 businesses / 32 725employees
  • West

Normandy / Centre / Pays de la Loire / Brittany

    • 901 businesses / 44 113employees
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Institut Supérieur de Plasturgie d'Alençon

A strategic centre in Polymers and Plastics Processing

Opening opportunities for partnerships and cooperation

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L’ Institut Supérieur de Plasturgie d’Alençon

Small business incubator

Processing workshops

R & D

Compounding area

Amphithéâtre

R & D Labs

Administrative area

Classrooms

slide8

L’ Institut Supérieur de Plasturgie d’Alençon

« Made by businesses for businesses »

A business- oriented school

2 Administrative bodies

French Plastics Alençon

Federation Chamber of Commerce

Our Goal :

Bringing added value to Businesses through People, Technology and Innovation.

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A Centre of Excellence in Polymers and Plastics Processing

5 main activities in one place

ISPA School

26 staff

Engineering School (Master’sDegree) 800 graduates

Apprentice Training School(CIFAP) 820 apprentices

Since 1993

ISPA Business

31 staff

Continuing Education Centre 1 200 K€ p.a.

Technology Transfer Centre 600 K€ p.a.

Research Centre600 K € p.a.

Since 2002

slide10

Hall

Lecture Theatre

Library

Our Premises

slide11

ISPA Engineering School

The recent partnership between the prestigious Ecole des Mines de Douai and ISPA will be able to satisfy 50% of the needs for specialised engineers in the Plastics and Composites industry. It will also develop our reputation and increase awareness on a national and international level.

increasing awareness of the ispa engineering school
Increasing awareness of theISPA Engineering School

Building partnerships with other Engineering Schools

Ecole des Mines de Douai

Developing International contacts

Partnership with BASF Chemical Company

International exchange programmes for students and apprentices

Engaging with Design and Business Schools

Design & Innovation in Plastics Competition, ISPA 2012

increasing awareness of the ispa engineering school1
Increasing awareness of theISPA Engineering School

2 examples of innovative Engineering school projects

Renault

Industrial platform Demonstrator to achieve 95% recycling of « end-of-life » vehicles with “Renault Environnement”

Technip

A project involving ISPA students from Year 1 to Year 3

Knowledge transfer and internships

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Research Centre : Materials Laboratory

Extraction

D.S.C.

X.R.F

Tensile Testing

Impact testing

TF- IR

slide16

ISPA Research and Development

4 Focus Areas:

Research on surface and interface phenomena,

Chemical, physical, rheological and mechanicalresearch

Development of polymerblends and formulations

Natural fibre/ polymers, metal/polymers, ceramic/polymers

Development of bio-based materials, recycling

Formulation and improvement of the properties of bio-sourced materials

Study of the correlation between material development and final properties

“From a sustainable development viewpoint”

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Research and Development – « Matoria » :

MATériauxd’Origine RenouvelableInnovants pour l’Automobile

Stakeholders

Objective

Industry

  • Substitute a significant part of fossil-fuel based plastics on vehicules by 2015.
  • • Develop new bio-based plastic materialscorresponding to 6 pre-defined profiles

Academia

  • Overall Budget : 7 861 000 €
  • • Duration : 46 months
  • • 2008-2012

Plastics Federation stakeholders

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Research and Development – « Compo’line »

Stakeholders

Objectives

  • • Development of a woodpolymerindustry in Normandy for interior design and furnishings
  • Increased design innovation and flexilibility, reducedprocessing and manufacturing time
  • Development of a new 100% bio-basedwoodpolymer composite
  • Creation of an innovative network associating the wood and plastics industries.

Overall Budget : 2 833 798 €

• Duration : 36 months

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Research and Development – « Lint »

Stakeholders

Objectives

• Development of new materialsreinforcedwith long flax fibres

- Optimising the growing and harvesting of technicalflax

- Development of linen-fibre-basedsemi-products and bio-composites for applications in aerospace, sport and leisure, construction industry (structural parts)

- Study of recyclingthesematerials and theirenvironmental impact

SAS HOLDING DEPESTELE

Overall Budget : 9 433 000 €

• Duration : 36 months

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Technology Transfer Centre

Development :

Material Formulation

Design

Digital Simulation

3D Prototyping

Qualification

Products, Materials

Tooling and Processes

Technology

Watch

Research

Expertise, Networks

Documentation

Laboratory

Expertise and

Analysis

Fund Sourcing

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Core Training Programs

Press Setting

Process Optimization

Mold and Piece Design

Robot systems

Corporate Training Programmes

  • 2300 trainees per year
  • 2500 industrial mentors trained since 1986
  • 85 % of our training programs are customised

Introductory Training Programmes

Plastic Materials and Polymers

Job profiles in Plastic Processing

Vocational Training

Professional Training Qualifications

NVQs

Industrial Environment Training

Quality

Management

Lean Manufacturing

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Institut Supérieur de Plasturgie d'Alençon

Your Contacts

Robert Moreau: Director robertmoreau@ispa.asso.fr

Claire Horner: International Development clairehorner@ispa.asso.fr

Laurent Cauret: Research and Development laurentcauret@ispa.asso.fr

François Browne de Kilmaine: Director Alençon Chamber of Commerce kilmaine@alencon.cci.fr

www.ispa.asso.fr