AEMT Awards scheduled for November

Published:  18 May, 2020

Scheduled for Thursday 26th November 2020, the fourth AEMT Gala Awards Dinner will once again bring together the entire electrical and mechanical trades sector in a celebration of business and professional excellence.

The Awards recognise and reward the achievements of both individuals and companies operating within the electrical & mechanical maintenance and repair sector. Personal endeavour, product innovation, skills training, engineering advancement and commercial acumen will once again be acknowledged and celebrated.

Operated by the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT), the Awards will acknowledge the skill, effort and sheer dedication of the people and businesses serving this important sector of industry. With sponsorship provided by a host of leading industry names, which to date has included ABB, Avonmore Electrical, Axflow, EMIR Software, Fanuc UK, Fletcher Moorland, Menzel, Musk Process Services, Sulzer, TEC Motors and WEG UK along with media support from the two dedicated publications for this sector - Plant & Works Engineering and Drives & Controls.

Entries are being sought for any company, product, application or individual involved in the supply, installation, service, maintenance and repair of industrial machinery technology such as electric motors, drives, pumps, fans, gearboxes, generators, transformers, switchgear and ancillary equipment. Individuals can put forward entries for themselves and their own company, or they can nominate others they know. T

The online entry process is easy by visiting the AEMT Awards website at: www.aemtawards.com

The closing date for all entries is 5.00pm on Friday 9th October

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