Wilson Power Solutions Join Judging Panel for CWIEME Awards 2017
Showcasing excellence from across the electrical engineering and manufacturing industries, The CWIEME Awards are seeking out the best of the best to celebrate. Featuring entrants from all over the world, The CWIEME Awards debut this year to reward those in the industry and Wilson Power Solutions is glad to be able to contribute to as our own MD Erika Wilson will be on the judging panel this year.
The awards span across a multitude of disciplines and recognise contributions of all kinds, from individuals in awards such as the Engineer of the Year and Young Design Engineer awards, to group efforts such as Project Team of the Year and Global Outreach awards. There is even a Grand Prix award, a winner chosen out of winners to determine who has exceeded industry standards beyond even their own category’s expectations.
Best of luck to all those that enter and see you in Berlin!
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