Sunday, November 28, 2021

Nylacast shortlisted for British Engineering Excellence Awards

Engineering solution firm Nylacast have been shortlisted for the British Engineering Excellence Awards.

Nylacast, who provide engineering polymer solutions to key industries worldwide, have successfully delivered a wide spectrum of custom components and solutions to many companies for over four decades, ans is renowned as a global leader in the field of Engineering Plastics.

Now in their sixth year, the BEEAs aim to promote the quality of engineering design within the UK and celebrate the British companies that are competing on a global stage and holding their own. Nylacast have been shortlisted twice for the category of Materials Application of the Year.

Specialising in the formulation of engineering materials and plastics, the engineering firm work closely with many customers and partners to replace traditional materials and metals, formulate new custom materials and components and deliver highly increased performance and efficiency levels for thousands of engineering and industry applications worldwide. This extends from highly technical polymer solutions utilised within the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico, through to safety critical components functioning on tens of millions of vehicles worldwide.

Holding a strong focus and drive on the continued development of their people and polymers, Nylacast as a company have also recently won multiple awards in recognition of their community outreach projects, corporate social responsibility and unique apprenticeship, training and development programs.

Junaid Makda, Nylacast Marketing Manager, says, “Nylacast are euphoric at the news of being shortlisted twice for the prestigious BEEAs, which holds high kudos in the international engineering arena. Coupled with the recent accolades received for our dedication to our people and community, this news greatly enriches our passion for the continuous development of Nylacast’s people and polymers.”

The 2014 BEEAs will take place in October in London. This year’s potential winners were selected by an expert panel of judges drawn from a cross section of electronic and engineering design disciplines, including Philippa Oldham, head of transport and manufacturing for the IMechE, Andrew Burrows, chief technology officer of i20 Water, and Ashley Evans, director of electronics for techUK.

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