2019 was a year of recognition for Manchester-based manufacturer M&I Materials – who received some impressive accolades; Technical Director Amanda Quadling was named as one of the UK’s top 10 most influential women in engineering and CEO Giles Salt was not only recognised by The Manufacturer as an ‘exemplar’ – an inspirational individual working in UK industry, he was also acknowledged as ‘One to Watch’ in The Telegraph’s Most Ambitious Business Leaders of 2019.
M&I Materials won the Manchester Evening News Business of the Year Award (£25-£50m category) and the North West International Trade Awards. They were also highly commended in the Business Growth and Strategy category at Make UK’s North West awards dinner.
Photo: The M&I Materials team celebrate their Business of the Year award. Holding the trophy is CEO Giles Salt with Chairman Colin Salt.
The CWIEME was held in Berlin during second week of May 2016. To break the intensity of the exhibition, the EIA delegates liked to have some fun and let off steam. They also organised a guided bike tour of former Soviet East Berlin to include Alexanderplatz, Karl Marx Allee, Café Moskau, Friedrichshain and Berlin Wall’s East Side Gallery, ending up with a stein or two in a bierkeller.
The presentation took place on 21 September at the Langtec premises in Accrington. There were guests from the USA, France & Ireland for a couple of days of celebration, culminating in the presentation and a party at a nearby hotel for our guests, all our staff and their partners.
A very full but very enjoyable and incredibly proud couple of days for all the employees at Langtec Ltd. The photograph shows (from the left) Bob Berry, Lord Shuttleworth (Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire), who made the presentation on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen, Andrew Turner and the Worshipful Mayor of Hyndburn, Cllr John Broadley, who represented Accrington.
Bob and Andrew met the Queen at Buckingham Palace on 13 November.
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A football match was played in Blackburn between Langtec and Jones Stroud last November (2009) and the photograph shows the two teams taken beforehand.
The photo was taken by Malcolm Hems who also refereed the game. No photo is available from after the match.
For the record, it was an excellent game which Jones Stroud won 4 – 2, possibly because they had one more player on their team.
It was followed by a enjoyable few pints and food in a local pub.
The two teams have agreed to hold a return match when the weather improves.
Dr Jeremy Wheeler has been awarded the prestigious IEC 1906 Award in recognition of his exceptional contribution as Convener of TC2 Working Group 27 to the work of IEC in creating a new set of publications relating to the qualification of electrical insulation in rotating machines driven from converters.
The citation states that this award has been given following nomination from his peers in IEC Technical Committee TC2.
Jeremy has been Secretary of the EIA since July 2004.