AME Manufacturing Excellence Award applications
The AME Manufacturing Excellence Award recognizes North American manufacturing plants (or sites) that have demonstrated excellence in their operations at the annual AME International Excellence Inside Conference
The AME Manufacturing Excellence Award recognizes North American manufacturing plants (or sites) that have demonstrated excellence in their operations. The primary focus of the award is to acknowledge continuous improvement, best practices, creativity and innovation. This award supports AME’s mission of inspiring commitment to enterprise excellence through shared learning and access to best practices.
The AME Manufacturing Excellence Award winners will be honored at the AME International Excellence Inside Conference to be held October 24 - 28, 2011 in Dallas, Texas.
If you believe your company, client or supplier should be considered for the award, please download the Award Intent to Apply form (PDF) and the Award Evaluation Criteria (PDF). For more information, including an overview of the award process and profile of last year’s winners, please visit ame.org/awards.
All applications must be postmarked or delivered to the AME office by May 2, 2011. Applicants will be notified of the results of their submission by Monday, August 1, 2011.
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