It’s now just three weeks until the winners of this year’s The Manufacturer MX Awards will be unveiled at an exclusive evening celebrating all that is great about UK manufacturing.
The second round of judging for The Manufacturer MX Awards 2016 is now complete, with the judges currently hard at work reviewing and deliberating the manufacturing winners from each of the 13 categories.
Each finalist is vying for the crown for their respective categories, as well as the highly coveted overall winner of winners – The Manufacturer of the Year 2016.
View TMMX Awards 2016 shortlist here.
With just three weeks to go until the ceremony and gala dinner on November 2, The Manufacturer team are pulling out all the stops to ensure this year’s celebration is the biggest and best yet.
Entertainment includes special guest speaker Rory Bremner, a live band, after-ceremony activities including games and photo booth, and of course networking opportunities with the cream of the industry.
The event is the perfect opportunity to take stock of the year gone by, reward hard work and achievements, as well as celebrate all that is great about UK manufacturing.
With previous years’ events attracting almost 1,000 delegates, places at this year’s venue, The Vox, Birmingham, is limited to 850, so the ceremony is sure to sell out – book your table now.
TMMX Awards is part of TM Live, a series of events taking place in Birmingham from November 1-3.
Maximise your time off the shop floor by discovering the latest innovations in Industry 4.0 and hearing from the most innovative and progressive manufacturing leaders at The Manufacturer’s Annual Leaders Conference co-located at The Manufacturer Smart Factory Expo.
Both are day events taking place at The NEC, Birmingham on November 2-3.
TMMX Awards 2016 are supported by headline sponsor NatWest, and co-sponsor Meggitt; category sponsors Autodesk; EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Through-life Engineering Services; Grant Thornton, ILX Skills, Industry Forum; Siemens, Warwick Manufacturing Group; University of Warwick, judging sponsor University of Birmingham, and partner Durham University Business School.
The awards are organised and run by the Hennik Group, publishers of The Manufacturer, in collaboration and with the support of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).