And the winner is....
Accutronics wins Award for Innovation in Products and Processes at the Manufacturing Excellence Awards
Accutronics, the Midlands-based battery specialist has won the heavily contested Lombard Award for Innovation in Products and Processes at the Manufacturing Excellence Awards. The company was handed the trophy by Michael Portillo, the former Conservative Party politician and Cabinet Minister, at a ceremony held at The Dorchester in London on November 27, 2012.
Photo from Left to Right: The Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise, Rob Phillips Managing Director Accutronics, James Grenfell, non-executive director Accutronics.
Photo from Left to Right: Rob Phillips, Andrew Pugh & Prab Singh
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