The 2017 Awards focused on manufacture and supply, including innovation and achievement, energy saving, engineering excellence, customer care and employee motivation.
On the night, six companies and two individuals were awarded!
Reg Wade held the position of Managing Director at Grundfos Pumps Ltd for ten years commencing in 1987. With a BSc in Engineering and a background in the heating industry, Reg brought an exuberant personality as well as a wealth of experience to the role.
Process Industry Informer, a leading publication for professionals in the manufacturing Process Industries, is pleased to announce that after a careful selection process GAMBICA - the UK Trade Association for Instrumentation, Control, Automation and Laboratory Technology, has chosen PII to be a media partner to further the promotion of GAMBICA’s UK Process Instrumentation and Control sector.
Module ONE – 22 August 2016- Limited places left
Module TWO – 23 August 2016
Module FOUR – 11 October 2016
Launched 16 years ago, the Pump Industry Awards are now widely regarded as the industry event. Whether it’s recognising companies and individuals who go the extra mile or acting as a motivator to encourage more companies to fulfil their potential, the core values of the awards have not changed over the years.
Launched 16 years ago, the Pump Industry Awards is now widely regarded as THE industry event.
Whether it's recognising companies and individuals who go the extra mile or acting as a motivator to encourage more companies to fulfill their potential, the core values of the awards have not changed over the years.
Register to read the November 2015 issue for Process Industry Informer here
Editorial Features include:
Best practice in managing the supply of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) spares, tools and safety products can be one of the most effective ways for manufacturers to reduce costs, improve cash flow and prevent unnecessary downtime. It can contribute to improved plant productivity and help to optimise health and safety at manufacturing sites. But what is the best way to achieve these benefits without prohibitive start-up costs or a significant investment in time and resource?
Our September issue of PII is now out and includes the following features:
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If you work in engineering and read a lot of the engineering press you would be right in thinking that you have heard more talk about the lack of women in engineering over the last couple of years than ever before. And depending on the sector you work in, you may also have noticed more young women entering the profession, and those that do are invariably competent and do very well. This is because they have made it there often against the odds, and have had to be very determined to overcome a number of barriers to get there. But why do we want more women in engineering, and why is it so difficult to attract them?
Included in our first issue of 2015, we have the following features:
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The new era in Advanced Process Control 11
Phil Black – Editor of PII has a Q&A session with Norbert Meierhoefer, business consulting director, AspenTech about the recent introduction of their new Adaptive Process Control solution.