15 July 2007
15 July 2007
Composites Manufacturing Magazine (CM), the official magazine of the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) is now accepting entries for the 2007 Excellence & Innovation Awards (E&I), partly sponsored by NetComposites.
ACMA and CM recognize outstanding achievement in the composites industry through the E&I Awards program. Nomination forms can be found with the recently mailed June issue of CM or downloaded from the link below. Winners will be featured in the November/December issue of CM, and each winner will receive an award, a featured spot on the CM Magazine website, and a press release to distribute to local media and industry trade press. Deadline for nomination submission is August 17, 2007.
The program includes seven categories:
▪ Innovation in Manufacturing Process, Sponsored by AOC
▪ Excellence as a Manufacturing Employee, Sponsored by Arkema
▪ Innovation in Composites Engineering, Sponsored by Ashland
▪ Excellence in Community Stewardship, Sponsored by Composites One
▪ Excellence in Environmental, Health, & Safety Practices, Sponsored by NetComposites
▪ Excellence as a Production Supervisor, Sponsored by Norac
▪ Excellence in Plant or Project Management, Sponsored by PLA
This program is an excellent opportunity to recognize a company, colleagues, employees, supervisors, or others for their outstanding achievements and contributions.
Superb manufacturing employees, those who go above and beyond expectations, and are on the front lines of keeping production going, deserve to be recognized, which is why David Louthian of Appalachian Plastics won an E&I award in 2006. Allen DeBusk, Appalachian Plastics general manager notes "He has been essential to the growth of our company for the past 22 years, and is certainly a strong and valuable asset to Appalachian Plastics." Louthian exceeds expectations by providing strong leadership and unwavering dependability, continually exhibiting his excellence as a manufacturing employee.
Any company and/or individual involved in the composites industry can be nominated.