ASSEAL recognised at British Engineering Excellence Awards as it wins two awards

By Sean Galea-Pace
The UK-based mechanical seals design and manufacturing company, ASSEAL, has gained recognition at the prestigious British Engineering Excellence Awards...

The UK-based mechanical seals design and manufacturing company, ASSEAL, has gained recognition at the prestigious British Engineering Excellence Awards (BEEA) at London’s County Hall.

The firm won two awards at the event and was named Engineering Ambassador of the Year as well as being presented with the Grand Prix award for being ‘the best of the best.’

ASSEAL was recognised because of its work in increasing the interest in engineering and promoting the uptake in STEM subjects.

It was noted that the company’s commitment to advertising engineering to the wider community since 2002, in addition to ASSEAL providing contact to 2250 students in 2017.

“Once again, the BEEAs attracted a host of impressive entries from brilliant British innovators,” said Luke Webster, Publishing Director of awards organiser MA Business.

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“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.”

“We’re particularly proud that our commitment to the promotion of engineering as a career has been recognised in this way,” said Julia Bloomer, AESSEAL Learning and Development Manager.

“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.”

ASSEAL operates from 230 locations in 104 countries, which includes 9 manufacturing and 58 repair locations, as well as having over 300 customer service representatives who visit industrial plants on a daily basis.

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