Product of the Year
Sponsored by PWE Magazine
Awarded to products established in the current market. Products must support the service and repair market for electro-mechanical equipment with effectiveness being demonstrated by the product’s application, benefits, success and supported by user testimonials. Products include: Balancing Equipment, Bearings, Brushes and Sliprings, Commutators, Computers and IT, Condition Monitoring, Fans, Formed Coils, Gearboxes, Generators and Alternators, Insulation, Varnish and Wire, Inverter Drives, Laminations, Magnets, Motors, Oils and Greases, Panels, Components and Starters, Power Transmission Equipment, Pumps, Repair and Test equipment, Servo Motors, Spare Parts and Consumables, Switchgear, and Transformers.
Project of the Year
Sponsored by EMIR
Awarded to any project for the installation, maintenance, repair or service of electro-mechanical equipment. A project is defined as a set of stages including identifying an issue, developing a solution, implementing the solution, ongoing service, analysis and support. Effectiveness being demonstrated by the application, benefits, success, environmental benefits, and supported by user testimonials.
Service Centre of the Year
Sponsored by ABB
Awarded to any service centre or branch maintaining, servicing or repairing electro-mechanical equipment such as: electric motors, drives, HV machines, pumps, gearboxes, instrumentation and electronics, mechanical engineering, panel building, transformers and HV switchgear, turbines, and condition monitoring. Who has achieved recognition from contractors or end users for their services to industry in areas such as technical expertise and advice, environmental considerations, ingenuity, market penetration and growth, and on-time delivery and service.
Supplier of the Year
Sponsored by Drives & Controls Magazine
Awarded to any company supplying products or systems to service centres who maintain, service and repair electro-mechanical equipment. Effectiveness being demonstrated by the supplier’s merits, successes, environmental merits, and endorsed by user testimonials.
Contribution to Skills and Training
Sponsored by Musk Process Services
Awarded to the company, organisation, or individual(s) that can demonstrate a consistent contribution in relation to the delivery of professional training and skills development in the electro-mechanical industry. This may include company training programmes, individual employees, external consultants, trade associations, colleges or teachers, or anyone that imparts their knowledge for the benefit of the industry.
Rising Star Award
Sponsored by FANUC
Awarded to an employee who has been within the industry for no more than 6 years and made a significant contribution to a company and/or the industry. Effectiveness being demonstrated by the individual’s merits, successes, impact on the company, and endorsed by a colleague or customer.
Diversity in Engineering
Sponsored by Preformed Windings
Awarded to any organisation, company, individual or team that has delivered a specific scheme, project, or initiative, or can demonstrate inclusive participation in their everyday behaviour that significantly contributes to the enhancement of equality, diversity, and inclusion at work.
The recipient will exemplify a healthy commitment to encouraging, promoting, or creating a workplace culture in which employees and colleagues feel valued, respected, and accepted.
This award supports the commitment to fostering an open and inclusive engineering environment which promotes equality of opportunity and values diversity.
Sponsored by the AEMT
Awarded to the individual who, in the opinion of the AEMT Management Committee, has made a significant and consistent contribution to the electrical & mechanical trades industry over the duration of his/her career.
Entries will be considered for:
Achievements to date
This award is determined by the AEMT, and as such, no nominations are being sought.