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4th May 2017, Hemel Hempstead

Composites UK starts 2017 composites industry awards application process

Composites UK has announced that the application process for the 2017 composites industry awards is now open. The trade association is looking for new composites innovations (in design, materials and manufacture), exceptional systems, companies and personnel to submit an application for the awards.

The deadline for entries is 31 July 2017, with a shortlist announced in September and the winners revealed at the Industry Awards Dinner on 1 November, at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham.

The awards dinner is a black-tie event attracting 300 people from OEMs/Tier1 organisations as well as SMEs. © Composites UK

“We’ve seen the participation in the industry awards grow over the last few years. This is not only due to the immense support the event has received from organisations such as the coinciding Advanced Engineering Show and Composites in Manufacturing Magazine, but also because the UK composites supply chain is among the best in the world and has a lot to shout about,” commented Claire Whysall, Communications Manager for Composites UK.

“The awards dinner is a black-tie event attracting 300 people from OEMs/Tier1 organisations as well as SMEs, all supporting their peers and their industry in a formal yet celebratory atmosphere.”

Application forms are available to download from the Composites UK website. Companies/individuals can nominate themselves or someone else. Previous winners include Airbus, Broadwater Mouldings, Dura Composites, ELG Carbon Fibre, Far-UK, GKN, JETCAM, Metrology Software Products, MPM, Morgan Composites and Defence, Plataine, Safran Nacelles, Scott Bader, Sicut Enterprises, Revaluetech, Techlan, Teledyne CML Composites, Trelleborg AEM and Zircotec.

www.compositesuk.co.uk

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