Reasons to talk to Tappex about your thread insert requirements, at the upcoming Interplas Exhibition (NEC Hall 4 on 26-28th September 2017)

Tappex at Interplas 2017

  • In-house design and testing facilities, along with a team of qualified applications and sales engineers, for internal and external technical support.

  • Highest quality raw materials – from a single European mill.

  • 35M+ threads inserts in stock, consisting of 23 individual product families and many specials – ready for next day delivery.

  • A company with 61+ years of experience in the design, manufacture and international supply of a specialised product range.

  • Adherence to automotive quality standards, with PPAP Approval and full traceability of product back to the Mill.

  • A company with a long established network of technical distributors, whom export 70% of its product worldwide.

  • Family owned and manufactured here in the UK (Stratford-upon-Avon – since 1956).

If you’d like to find out how Tappex can help your organisation to reach it’s goals and objectives, come and talk to us at the upcoming Interplas Exhibition on 26th-28th September 2017. You’ll find us on Stand J27, where our knowledgeable Sales Engineers will be on hand to discuss your unique situation, or upcoming projects.

We’ll also be offering demonstrations of our unique installation equipment, where you can get hands-on and try out the equipment for yourselves.

Of course, if your requirement is more urgent and you’d like to get in touch sooner, you can call our sales team on +44 (0) 1789 206600, or drop us an email to sales@

We look forward to hearing from you.


Team Tappex.


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