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Award Winners 2017

​Fletcher Moorland - Service View​

Technical Innovation of the Year – Products (Sponsored by Plant and Works Engineering)

SERVICEview was created to highlight the types of failures found and to explain the levels we go to in repairing our customers equipment. A 60 to 90 second video is sent with every repair and it explains so much more than photos. We've found it has led to greater understanding of what we do, imporved transparency and trust in the repair trade.

​Central Group

Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects (Sponsored by EMIR Software)

The modification and installation of a new, 3rd party supplied, process control panel, containing a softstart unit.​

​PEME​ - Asset Care Partners

Industry Supplier of the Year (Sponsored by Fletcher Moorland)

PEME are asset care partners supporting manufacturers in ensuring they have safe production assets achieving their full potential. The PEME Reliability team mobilise new Plant Maintenance contracts and make our embedded teams more effective by developing holistic Asset Care Strategies that enhance the productivity and safety of our client's equipment.

​Houghton International Apprentice Programme​

Contribution to Skills & Training (Sponsored by WEG)

At Houghton International everyone matters and we are committed to providing our apprentices with a high quality education in a hands on working environment. We recognise that people are our most important asset and our apprentice programme has been an integral part of our growth from its inception 30 years ago. Many former apprentices have gone onto senior roles within the business, supporting both business growth and the training of new apprentices.

​Ryan Davis, Rotamec Engineering Solutions​

Rising Star Award (Sponsored by TEC Motors)

“Ryan is a fantastic employee and is a great asset to our company. He has exceeded all expectations and has met every target that we have set him. He is extremely hard working and always gives 100% at everything he does. Ryan has been a great example of how successful apprenticeships can be. Since starting with us at just 16 years old on our apprenticeship scheme to five years later and being a machine shop manager is a fantastic achievement. I am excited to see Ryan progress further within the business as we have high hopes for his future”
Simon Brooks Managing Director of Rotamec Engineering Solutions

Mr. David Bowers, Bowers Electrical

Lifetime Contribution (Sponsored by the AEMT)

Members of the AEMT owe the Bowers family a great deal of gratitude for their lifetime services to the AEMT and the industry. The name has been at the forefront of the industrial electri­cal apparatus industry in the UK over four generations.

David Bowers has been going to AEMT meetings since its inception in 1945, when he was just 7 years old, attending many conferences with his parents. It is prob­ably no surprise that David joined the AEMT council in 1976, and rapidly became Northern Area Chairman in 1978, and then became President of the AEMT in 1982. After that he was a very active Treasurer for nine years between 1988 and 2001, and is still on the AEMT Audit committee.

In 2004, after a record breaking 25 years on the AEMT council, he was made an Honorary member of the AEMT in recognition of his services to the industry.

He championed for British sign language to be recognised as an equal to English for engineering apprenticeships. Deaf and dyslexic, Max Buxton, has flourished as an apprentice under David Bowers’s wing.

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