TMMX Awards: last call for UK manufacturers

A photo from The Manufacturer MX Awards (TMMX Awards) 2015 in Birmingham - image courtesy of TM. The biggest manufacturing awards in the uk.
A photo from The Manufacturer MX Awards (TMMX Awards) 2015 in Birmingham - image courtesy of TM.

UK manufacturers both large and small from all over the UK are being urged to enter The Manufacturer MX Awards (TMMX Awards) by the June 30 deadline.

The TMMX Awards is the biggest annual celebration in UK manufacturers calendar, attracting almost 1,000 attendees.

The TMMX Awards categories range from recognition in innovation and sustainability, through to apprenticeships, leadership and staff engagement, so there are plenty of opportunities for businesses of all sizes and sectors to be recognised for excellence.

More information can be found here

The free to enter programme is open to all UK manufacturing companies, with entrants able to make submissions in as many categories as desired, before June 30.

The Hennik team will be on hand to help you through the initial online assessment and to answer any questions you may have.

The awards ceremony is the pinnacle of a stringent programme designed to provide valuable business improvement advice and feedback from an expert panel of judges in the form of a confidential business report.

Lambert Engineering - TMMX Awards 2015
Shortlisted in seven categories across The Manufacturer MX awards 2015, Lambert Engineering walked away with four awards.

TMMX Awards manager, Grant Collier commented: “Winning one of these awards, or becoming a finalist, brings significant benefits.

“The awards are the culmination of a rigorous judging process involving more than 35 expert judges from across industry. Companies that make it through the first round of judging to become finalists are either invited to attend a judging day, or there site is visited by a team of judges.

“The feedback throughout the judging process is written in to a personalised, complimentary, confidential Assessment and Business Improvement Report written by Durham University Business School.

“All finalists are also invited to profile their business with a free double-page within the highly prestigious annual The Manufacturer Opus, a ‘coffee table’ publication circulated to MPs and UK industry ambassadors to highlight the best of UK manufacturing. These benefits alone are a strong reason to enter”.

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; 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).