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Queens Hotel, Leeds  |  15 June 2017

ABB Manufacturing and Resource Efficiency

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PURPOSE

 

The Award is to recognise the company or individual operating unit that can demonstrate world-class manufacturing performance or the most successful improvement to its manufacturing performance involving demonstrable excellence and/or significant improvements to resource efficiency (raw materials, energy, water, utilities etc) within the manufacturing process.

 

 

ELIGIBILITY

 

The Award is open to all UK manufacturing companies in the process sector: chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, food, packaging, rubber and plastics. The award is aimed equally at individual operating units or multi-site manufacturing within a single company, and will be judged on both quantitative and qualitative improvements to manufacturing performance over the past two years as well as overall excellence in performance. The winner will be announced at the Chemical Industry Awards Dinner on 15 June in Leeds, and a representative from each short-listed company will receive an invitation to attend, sitting on the sponsors table.

 

 

CRITERIA

 

There is one Award category to cover the full scope of manufacturing processes; both batch/specialised product manufacture and continuous/high volume manufacture. Success in the award will be based on evidence of an organization that has developed or is developing its people and systems towards achieving excellent manufacturing & resource efficiency performance, and benefiting customers in terms of quality, cost and delivery achievement.

 

 

JUDGING

 

Judging will be in three stages:

 

Stage One

A panel of judges will review the answers to the entry form questionnaire and other supporting information supplied, and selects a short-list. Short listed companies will be notified by 10 April 2017

 

Stage Two

Short-listed entrants will receive a site visit by the Sponsor and a CIA staff member, who will review the manufacturing process. Each visit will last approximately ½ day and companies will be expected to provide a site tour and a presentation on their nomination. The visits will be arranged during April / early May. Additional supporting information may be requested before any site visit is arranged.

 

Stage Three

The judging panel will then reconvene to select the winners.

 

Entries to be made electronically in confidence to Mike Lancaster on the Entry Form, signed by a member of the company/site leadership team, by Monday 10 April 2017.

 

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

 

For further information please contact:

 

Mike Lancaster

CIA

Kings Buildings

Smith Square

London

SW10 3JJ

 

Tel: 01430 421077

Email: lancasterm@cia.org.uk

 

 

CONFIDENTIALITY

 

All information provided in the entry form will be treated in the strictest confidence. It will be used solely for the purpose of judging.

 

Applicants will be consulted in case it is wished to use some material for future publicity purposes or for development of case studies.

 

Please click here to download the application form.

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