Last week for entries to The Manufacturer MX Awards 2015

Posted on 24 Jun 2015 by The Manufacturer

Manufacturers have only one week left to enter The Manufacturer MX Awards and really shine a light on their business’s success.

It’s important that the quality and skills in UK manufacturing get the recognition they deserve and The Manufacturer MX Awards are dedicated to celebrating, encouraging and promoting the very best in the industry for competitive manufacturing in the UK.

The awards aim to celebrate innovation, drive and dedication and will provide winners with national recognition and valuable business improvement advice from top experts.

There are 13 categories available for entry, including the brand new Customer Focus, Partnership with Education and Manufacturing Services categories. See the full list of categories here.

Entry is free and applications are submitted simply using the online self-assessment system.

Visit for full entry details.

Applications need to be in before the deadline of June 30.

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This year’s awards were officially launched at the House of Commons on March 3 where Margot James MP and Business Minister Matthew Hancock attended with more than 200 senior business leaders.

Xtrac, the overall winners of The Manufacturer of the Year Awards 2014
Xtrac, the overall winners of The Manufacturer of the Year Awards 2014

Peter Digby, managing director of Xtrac (last year’s ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ winning company), said: “I would encourage all of you to apply for these awards. For us, beating the likes of Rolls-Royce, BAE and Babcock was a fantastic achievement and is a clear acknowledgement of the whole teams’ hard work and dedication.

This year’s prize-giving ceremony will take place on November 26 in Birmingham, with more than 1,000 guests expected to attend.

The Manufacturer MX Awards 2015 are supported by headline sponsor RBS, co-sponsor IOSH and category sponsors Bluefin Solutions, EAL, ENER-G, Epicor, EPSRC Centre, The ERA Foundation, Industry Forum, MSTLN, Pera Training, Renishaw, University of Birmingham and WMG.