20 May 2009
20 May 2009
Composite Integration has won not the Business Innovation of the Year and the Winner of Winner’s Cornwall Business of the Year 2009 award.
The Innovation prize was awarded for the development of specific technology for the Resin Infusion industry. This work has centred on the development of the Ciject range of meter-mixing equipment to supply resin directly into large scale infusion processes. The judges also looked at the overall management and performance of the company with specific interest in growth and export figures.
Stephen Leonard-Williams and Richard Bland attended the Grand Awards Dinner and were presented with the two awards and a prize donated by Air Southwest.
The judging panel included Sir John Banham, chairman of Johnson Matthey, Steve Ridgeway CEO of Virgin Atlantic, John Smith CEO of BBC Worldwide, Nathan Waller Director of Commercial Banking NatWest and Peter Steward Director of Communications for The Eden Project.
Composite Integration say that the awards come as a huge boost to the company’s staff who have worked exceptionally hard to meet the challenges of working in a rapidly developing technology based company, whilst coping with the current unpredictable financial climate.