Autins Group honoured at the EEF Awards

By Nell Walker
The Autins Group, which manufactures thermal and acoustic materials for the automotive sector, has won a prestigious prize at this years EEF Future Manu...

The Autins Group, which manufactures thermal and acoustic materials for the automotive sector, has won a prestigious prize at this year’s EEF Future Manufacturing Awards.

 

The company won Silver for the Developing People Award in the Midlands region, which honours manufacturers that do the most to build skills, harness talent, and develop employees.

Autins Group specifically stood out for its continuous engagement with local schools, helping students develop an understanding of career options and encouraging them to become part of the industry.

Paul Walker, MD of Automotive Insulations Ltd, said: “This achievement is testament to our hard working and dedicated team, and we are delighted to have been recognised in this way. It puts us on the map as a modern and innovative company and goes some way to demonstrating the valuable contribution made by local manufacturers, like ourselves, to our region. We can’t wait to share this news with all our staff, customers and suppliers.”

Jonathan Lee, Chairman of Jonathan Lee Recruitment, added: “Having the right people is a defining factor in the success of any business. Fostering and developing those talented people is important to maintain a company’s competitiveness and manufacturers are leading the way. The Autins Group fully deserves this this recognition for the fantastic work that they do in nurturing their employee’s skills.”

For more information about the awards, click here.

 

Follow @ManufacturingGL and @NellWalkerMG 

Share

Featured Articles

India’s smart manufacturing electric vehicle future

Indian IT service Panache Digilife has announced a manufacturing and supply chain agreement with electric vehicle manufacturer Revamp Moto

Manufacturing a legacy of safety, sustainability, and skill

Michael Vale, Group President for 3M’s safety & industrial business, explores diversity & environmental stewardship in manufacturing

5 minutes with: Simon Michie, Pulsant CTO

Simon Michie, CTO at Pulsant, explains why edge computing will transform manufacturing operations, but success will depend on having partnerships in place

Microsoft’s Çağlayan Arkan explores the supply chain

Procurement & Supply Chain

Elisabeth Brinton on the Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability

Technology

Aiimi’s Head of Solution Engineering Matt Eustace on risks

AI & Automation