AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

20 November 2017
Last chance for seats at inaugural AEMT Awards dinner
The race is on to get the last few tickets for the inaugural AEMT Awards ceremony, which promises to be a glittering evening of fantastic entertainment that will become a fixture in the industry calendar.
Last chance for seats at inaugural AEMT Awards dinner
The event will take place on the 29th November at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel, Coventry. Tickets are available from the Awards website www.aemtawards.com.

The awards are expected to become recognised as a mark of excellence and commitment to innovation and outstanding customer service in the electrical and mechanical engineering and service sectors. To this end, the AEMT has partnered with leading companies and publications such as Drives & Controls, Hydraulics & Pneumatics and Plant & Works Engineering to sponsor and promote the awards, as well as the short-listed companies and eventual section winners.

There are to be six presentations on the night, including:
  • Technical Innovation of the Year – Products
    Sponsored by Plants & Works Engineer, DFA Media
    Shortlist: The Ability Smart Sensor, ABB; Cogineer, EPLAN; HiTRAX Life Extending Insulation System, Houghton International; ServiceView, Fletcher Moorland; WiFi Control Unit, Motive NEO; Smart Site (Software Application), EMIR Software and Workshop Routing (Software Application), EMIR Software.
  • Technical Innovation of the Year – Projects
    Sponsored by EMIR Software
    Shortlist: Modification and installation of a new, third party supplied, process control panel, containing a soft start unit, Central Group; Digital transformation for process plant, Larsem and Toubro; Timber frame manufacturer, conveyor system, Rotamec Engineering Solutions and AODD Pump used in foam concrete landfill application, Triark Pumps.
  • Industry Supplier of the Year
    Sponsored by Fletcher Moorland
    Shortlist: HME Holt & Martin, Neu-Servo Repairs, PEME, Preformed Windings, EMIR Software and Tomlinson Hall & Co.
  • Contribution to Skills & Training
    Sponsored by WEG
    Shortlist: GES Group, Houghton International - Apprentice Programme, Paul Korb, Rotamec Engineering Solutions and Wilson Electric - Mature Apprentice "Second Chance" Scheme.
  • Rising Star Award
    Sponsored by TEC Motors
    Shortlist: David Cook, EMIR Software, Ryan Davis, Rotamec Engineering Solutions, Gareth Lynch, Central Group, Richard Urwin, Fletcher Moorland Ltd and Liam Williams, Pumps & Motors (UK) Ltd.
  • Lifetime Achievement Award
    Sponsored by The AEMT
    This award is determined and presented by the AEMT.
Sam Agnew, a member of the AEMT’s events team says: “Just about every industry relies on pumps and motors somewhere along the line, so these awards will recognise the very important work done by the sort of engineers who rarely feature in the limelight.”

She explains that she is particularly pleased that there are both Rising Star and Skills and Training Awards, because they highlight the forward looking nature of the industry and demonstrate commitment and investment for the long term. Coupled with the Lifetime Achievement Award, they show how experience and expertise combines with development and innovation for a confident future.

Relatively new to the AEMT, Sam says she has been struck by the feeling of pride and fellowship amongst the membership. “I find it heart-warming that so many companies are taking this opportunity to celebrate with their employees in addition to entertaining their clients.”

More News from the AEMT
AEMT News
13 December 2017
The winners of the first Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) Awards 2017 have been revealed at a ceremony held at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel, Coventry, on 29th November. The black-tie dinner event, saw 150 people from across the country gather to celebrate the best achievements in the electrical and mechanical trade sector.
AEMT News
08 December 2017
The average European uses 16 tonnes of resources a year, of which only 40% is recycled. This is clearly not sustainable, so the idea of the Circular Economy was born to help us to move away from this situation. Dr. Hugh Falkner looks into how the repair industry is central to the Circular Economy.
Member News
08 December 2017
When the Mucomir Hydro-power station in Scotland identified the urgent need for a new Brushless AC Exciter it turned to Quartzelec to develop, implement and commission the retrofit solution.

Twitter Feed

News: Last chance for seats at inaugural AEMT Awards dinner