2022 AEMT Awards Finalists Announced

The Association of Electrical & Mechanical Trades (AEMT) is delighted to be returning to the West Midlands on the evening of Thursday 17th November for the staging of its 5th Annual Awards Ceremony. With a record number of submissions across the seven categories, this year’s programme has again produced some truly exceptional entries from right across the electro-mechanical arena.
2022 AEMT Awards Finalists Announced

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The Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Coventry will play host to the presentation dinner, at which professional endeavour, product innovation, skills development, engineering prowess and service delivery will all be acknowledged and celebrated.

During the day, this venue will also host the AEMT’s Annual Conference, where industry renowned speakers will share their knowledge and expertise in a series of talks and presentations specifically designed to be of tangible value to all those companies operating within the service, maintenance, and repair sector. Further details on the conference can be found at www.aemtconference.com.

The combination of a professionally produced daytime conference and prestigious evening awards dinner will serve to underpin and promote the skill, effort and sheer dedication of the people and businesses serving this important sector of industry. With support and engagement provided by some of the sector’s leading brands, AEMT members and their customers, can be assured of an informative, enlightening, and entertaining experience.

Following another comprehensive judging process, which again combined the remote assessment and scoring of each entry with a virtual gathering of the Judging Panel, the AEMT is delighted to announce the following 33 Finalists across the seven award categories:

Product of the Year – sponsored by P&WE

  • EMiR Software: EMiR-Cloud
  • Nidec Control Techniques: Commander S
  • Preformed Windings: QualCoil H
  • Rotary Engineering: Final Shape Winding Machine
  • Sulzer: Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) Cell

Project of the Year – sponsored by EMIR Software

  • Houghton International: Wind Turbine Generator Repair and Upgrade
  • Preformed Windings: Project Hydro - Holter
  • SDS Drives: GlassBusters
  • Sulzer: National Grid Project

Service Centre of the Year – sponsored by ABB

  • ADC Electrical
  • Fenflow
  • Hayley 247
  • Kirkby Lindsey Electrical
  • Knowlton and Newman
  • Mid-Kent Electrical Engineering
  • Neutronic Technologies

Supplier of the Year – sponsored by Drives & Controls

  • EMiR Software
  • Neutronic Technologies
  • Preformed Windings
  • Sulzer
  • WES

Contribution to Skills & Training Award – sponsored by Sulzer

  • ADC Electrical
  • Edwin James Group
  • Mid Kent Electrical Engineering
  • Rotamec Engineering Solutions
  • Westin Drives

Rising Star Award – sponsored by FANUC UK

  • Mike McBride, Central Group
  • Collins Taruvinga, Neutronic Technologies
  • Greig Johnston, Sulzer
  • Adam Daffern, Westin Drives

Diversity in Engineering Award – sponsored by Preformed Windings

  • Houghton International
  • Rotamec
  • SDS Drives

Our sincere congratulations go to all those who have been selected as a Finalist, and we look forward to announcing the seven award winners during the charged atmosphere of the presentation ceremony during the evening of Thursday 17th November.

If you have not yet booked your place at this highly respected event, please visit the website, and complete the online booking form. Individual places or tables of ten can be secured, with the package including reception drinks, a superb 3-course meal with wine, the awards ceremony itself and excellent post awards entertainment. It really is a night not to be missed, and provers a superb opportunity to engage, unite and celebrate the wonderful achievements of this important of industry sector.

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