2016 EEF Future Manufacturing Award winners

EEF future manufacturing awards 2016HVM Catapult sponsored the Innovation Category at the 2016 EEF Future Manufacturing Awards.

The annual awards celebrate manufacturing excellence and are a powerful way to raise the profile of a business and boost team pride and morale.

Entries into the regional innovation category were strong and varied, with regional winners entering the national judging day. Our huge congratulations go out to the national winner and runner up in particular. They are:

Henriette Lyttle Hydrogarden EEF Future Manufacturing Awards 2016Hydrogarden Wholesale Supplies Ltd – National winner

HydroGarden has been supplying specialist Hydroponic equipment to the trade since February 1996. They have become a leader in the market and regularly supply products and services to retailers within the UK and abroad, as well as to an ever-increasing number of commercial growers and research organisations

Third Dimension – National Runner Up

Third Dimension is a world leading developer and manufacturer of non-contact, precision profile measurement solutions. Established in 1995, Third Dimension has a long track record of supplying non-contact optical measurement equipment and services to the
aerospace, automotive and energy sectors worldwide.

Our congratulations also go out to the regional winners and runners up. They are:

Midlands winner: Hydrogarden Wholesale Supplies Ltd

Midlands runner up: ZF Lemforder UK Ltd

NorthEast, Yorkshire and Humber winner: Acorn Stairlifts

NorthEast, Yorkshire and Humber runner up: Elfab Ltd

North West winner: GatorDuct Ltd

North West runner up: Vita Liquid Polymers Ltd

South East winner: Drallim Industries Ltd

South East runner up: Blatchford

South West winner: Third Dimension

South West runner up: Knorr Bremse Rail UK

Finally, our congratulations go out to all companies who entered the category this year.  The quality across the board was extremely high and we encourage you to submit again next year!

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