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  • Coronavirus Update (COVID19)

    We are closely monitoring the ongoing developments of the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) worldwide and would like to reassure our customers that we are taking all necessary precautions to mitigate disruption to our service.

    This is an unprecedented event, affecting global manufacturing and supply chains; and whilst we are currently able to process most orders within agreed lead times, we may take longer than usual to service some orders.

    Please do not hesitate to contact a member of our sales team if you would like to discuss your existing orders with us. We would also strongly advise you to plan your future requirements and orders further ahead, where possible, to minimise disruption.

    Here are the key steps we are taking:

    • Our staff are being supplied with equipment to work remotely (where their job allows them do so)
    • Informing all staff of the hygiene measures for standard infection control as advised by the world health organisation (WHO)
    • Providing hand sanitiser to our members of staff
    • Asking staff to self-isolate if they feel unwell or have recently come into contact with somebody who could be infected

    In this ongoing situation, we will act in alignment with the government and NHS guidance. Please check this page for any future updates or get in contact with us directly at

  • Polymax Sponsors the Industrial Liason Forum Award 2019

    Queen Mary University of London SEMS

    In November, Polymax sponsored the PhD student research showcase at the School of Engineering and Materials Science at the Queen Mary University of London. Our Head of Marketing, Julia Strudwick, spent the day at the Industrial Liaison Forum, meeting the students before presenting the award to three winners. It was a fantastic opportunity to learn about the current research projects in development across the faculty with almost 80 students participating in the poster competition. The students exhibited their work in the prestigious ‘Octagon’ hall which is used for a variety of events and graduation ceremonies. The winners were selected by a panel of judges made up with academics from the Materials Engineering, Bioengineering and Aerospace Engineering divisions. Continue reading

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