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Composites UK Reveals its Industry Award Shortlist for 2016

27 September 2016

Composites UK has revealed its shortlist for the 2016 composites industry awards.

Claire Whysall, Communications Manager for Composites UK said, “We have received an exceptional amount of entries this year which our judges spent two months over the summer debating and scoring, narrowing the shortlist down to just two stand-out nominations per category. However there were two categories where the winners had a clear lead in the scoring and we have pleasure in announcing those today.”

The 2016 shortlisted entries for each award are as follows:

  • Innovation in Manufacture – Plataine | National Composites Centre in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover
  • Innovation in Design – Dura Composites | Frewer Engineering
  • Environmental/Sustainability Award – AEL Polymers | Revalutech
  • Trainee/Apprentice Award – James Kilbane, MPM | Harry Almond, National Composites Centre
  • Employee of the Year – Sam Burgess/Kelly Ellis, Composites Integration | David Hughes, Teledyne CML Composites
  • Employer of the Year – National Composites Centre | Safran Nacelles

The 2016 winning entries announced today are:

  • Health and Safety Award – MPM
  • Innovation in Materials – Sicut Enterprises

The Innovation Award nominees will be showcasing their work at an open forum presentation session at the Advanced Engineering Show on Wednesday 2nd November 2016 from 4pm – 5pm in forum area 2, with the winners being announced at the Awards Dinner the same evening at the National Motorcycle Museum.





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