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New award recognises export surge for UK manufacturers

20 May 2011

The EEF Future Manufacturing Awards has launched a new category in 2011 to recognise manufacturers who have achieved success through export and investment. The new award joins a list that highlights innovative HR, business growth, environmental responsibility and a commitment to apprentices and skills. The Outstanding Export Award will celebrate new-to-export companies which have developed and implemented an export strategy and successfully traded goods and/or services over the past two years.

The EEF Future Manufacturing Awards has launched a new category in 2011 to recognise manufacturers who have achieved success through export and investment. The new award joins a list that highlights innovative HR, business growth, environmental responsibility and a commitment to apprentices and skills. The Outstanding Export Award will celebrate new-to-export companies which have developed and implemented an export strategy and successfully traded goods and/or services over the past two years.

Manufacturers have seen a vast surge in export over this period, largely due to advanced investment and innovation in the sector. We want to celebrate the everyday triumphs you and your people deliver. Our Awards can help you stand out from the competition, with other categories highlighting innovation, enterprise, environmental responsibility and apprentices.

Also new to the EEF Awards in 2011 is the Outstanding Achievement by a Key Stage 4 Engineering Student. In partnership with Rolls Royce, the award celebrates young engineering students in England and Wales aged 14-16, mapping a career path in our sector.

Download your entry form here.


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