Now in their fourth year, the accolades reward the excellence of the country’s manufacturing sector and recognise the achievements of innovative and productive businesses.
All of the winners will be automatically entered into Insider’s national manufacturing final, the Made in the UK Awards which is taking place in Liverpool on 22 June.
“Building on the success of previous years we extended the number of award categories this year,” says Insider’s regional business editor Philip Cunliffe. “This has not only led to a record number of entries but the level of interest from some of the leading manufacturing businesses in the region has been hugely encouraging. It should make for a very exciting event.”
Insider has been assisted by Manufacturing NI, Invest NI, the NI Centre for Competitiveness and the NI Polymers Association, representatives from which formed the judging panel for the awards. The shortlists are as follows:
Manufacturing Apprenticeship/Training Scheme Award
JW Kane Precision Engineering?
Creagh Concrete Products Ltd?
South West College?
Greiner Packaging?Montupet UK
Manufacturing Innovation Award
Creagh Concrete Products?
Medical/Life Sciences and Healthcare Award
Advanced Manufacturer/Technology Award
Food and Drink Award?
The Echlinville Distillery?
New Found Joy
Manufacturer of the Year (turnover under £25m)
Gray & Adams (Ireland)
?JW Kane Precision Engineering?
Manufacturer of the Year (turnover over £25m)?
Creagh Concrete Products
To book tickets for the awards lunch in Belfast on 12 May contact Lauren Ainsworth on 0161 907 9735 or email@example.com