SPI Lasers shortlisted in The Manufacturer MX Awards 2015

Today (12th November, 2015), SPI Lasers has been shortlisted in the ‘Manufacturing in Action’ category for ‘The Manufacturer MX Awards 2015’. This award will go to the manufacturing company that, in the opinion of the judges, best demonstrates an efficient, modern, profitable business, which can show examples of product excellence, innovation, customer satisfaction, investment in people, training, effective management and efforts to become more sustainable in both processes and products.

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SPI Lasers is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of innovative and powerful industrial fiber lasers. Lasers that are sold across numerous commercial sectors, including automotive, consumer electronics and medical device markets.

Going up against other finalists, SPI Lasers will compete for the prestigious award, with the winner being revealed at The Manufacturer MX Awards gala dinner held on 26th November at the ICC, Birmingham.

SPI Lasers’ CEO Thomas Fehn said:

 “It is a fantastic achievement just to be shortlisted for this prestigious award. This comes at a very exciting time for SPI Lasers as we have seen significant growth in sales over the past 12 months as well as acquiring another major player in the global fiber laser market – JK Lasers.  At SPI Lasers, we are committed to offering our customers market leading levels of innovation and quality manufacturing, which have been key to our success. News about this award has given the team a real boost and we are very much looking forward to the finals later this month!”

 An all encompassing range of industries are represented in the shortlists for this year’s awards, with companies from Automotive and Aerospace, to Healthcare and Electronics being selected for the chance to win a coveted The Manufacturer MX Award.

For more information contact:

Matt Wallis

SPI Lasers

Corporate Press and Public Relations

Phone +44 (0)1489 774515

Matt.Wallis@spilasers.com

 

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