AESSEAL® is celebrating again after securing two awards at the prestigious British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEAs), which recognised its commitment to promoting engineering as a career.
The South Yorkshire-based mechanical seals design and manufacturing company was named as Engineering Ambassador of the Year at the awards ceremony at London’s County Hall. The company was also awarded the Grand Prix award, for being the ‘best of the best’.
Organised by leading B2B publisher MA Business, the British Engineering Excellence Awards are the benchmark for great British engineering design. AESSEAL was commended for its work in encouraging increased interest in engineering and promoting the uptake in STEM subjects. On receiving the Grand Prix award organisers referenced AESSEAL’s commitment to promoting engineering to the wider community since 2002 and the fact the company had contact with 2250 students in 2017 alone.
Luke Webster, Publishing Director of awards organiser MA Business, commented: “Once again, the BEEAs attracted a host of impressive entries from brilliant British innovators. Through every category, the judges were deeply impressed by the quality of engineering put forward and the talent behind it. I congratulate all those entrants that were shortlisted and, of course, the winners.”
The BEEAs are the latest of ten award wins for AESSEAL in 2018, with the most recent being names as the first Business of Trust Champion at the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards.
AESSEAL Learning and Development Manager, Julia Bloomer said: “We’re particularly proud that our commitment to the promotion of engineering as a career has been recognised in this way. AESSEAL is passionate about working with education establishments from primary schools right through to universities and providing a strong and supportive learning environment to develop high calibre, highly skilled engineers of the future.”
Pictured are (L-R) Dr Kevin Fong, Rebecca Clubbe and David Amory of AESSEAL with Luke Webster of MA Business.