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We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in The Manufacturer MX Awards 2015, sponsored by NatWest. Cummins Generator Technologies will now go head-to-head with manufacturers across the country for the title of World Class Manufacturing.

This is the first year that The Manufacturer of the Year Awards, run by The Manufacturer, and the Manufacturing Excellence (MX) Awards, run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, have joined forces to form The Manufacturer MX (TMMX) Awards.

The national awards, celebrating the best in the manufacturing sector across the UK, will be held in Birmingham in November.

Barry Munson, Manufacturing Engineering Leader, said: We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the World Class Manufacturing award. Being shortlisted as a finalist is a demonstration of the hard work and effort made by all the team at the Stamford plant on the journey to becoming a world class alternator manufacturing facility.'

Nick Hussey, CEO of Hennik Group, publishers of†The Manufacturer†magazine and organisers of the awards said 'It is an incredible achievement to have been shortlisted ' these are the largest and most rigorously judged awards in the sector so any company being shortlisted will have provided evidence to the judges of a superior level of understanding of what makes modern UK manufacturing so vibrant and competitive. Manufacturing is very much alive and well and the shortlisted companies are exemplars of what advanced manufacturing looks like in terms of sustainability, innovation and world class competitiveness'.

Richard Hill, Head of Manufacturing at NatWest, said: 'We are delighted to continue our support of The Manufacturer MX Awards ' celebrating some of the best achievements from across the industry.'

'The awards are an incredible reflection of the diversity, innovation and expertise that British manufacturing has to show. NatWest has long been involved in the manufacturing industry, with teams across the UK dedicated to supporting our manufacturing businesses.'

'I'd like to wish Cummins Generator Technologies the best of luck and congratulate them for their nomination and contribution to the sector as a whole.'

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