HepcoMotion excelled at this year’s prestigious EEF Future Manufacturing Awards with the presentation of three awards. These awards are highly-respected and hotly contested with winners selected by a panel of judges drawn from business leaders, industry experts and academics.
Tobias Cowan, aged 21, who works for HepcoMotion, came up trumps by taking gold in the Engineering Manufacturing Apprentice Award. The award recognises the outstanding contribution being made by manufacturing apprentices across the region. The award is highly-respected and hotly contested with winners selected by a panel of judges drawn from business leaders, industry experts and academics.
Tobias is now in the running for the national title where he will go head-to-head with regional winners from across the UK at the national awards gala in London in January next year.
Pictured right: Tobias Cowan, engineering apprentice at HepcoMotion
Maurice Porter, Group Training Manager at HepcoMotion, has also won a prestigious regional business award at this year’s EEF Future Manufacturing Awards. Maurice won the Leadership Award, which celebrates the achievements of an outstanding individual who has made a significant contribution to their company, through their involvement in a company project, initiative or becoming integral to the day to day operations. Showing true commitment and dedication to their employer and the manufacturing industry.
With the regional title now secured, Maurice will now go on to find out if he has won the national title at an awards gala dinner in London in January next year.
Pictured right: Maurice Porter, group training manager at HepcoMotion
Last but not least, HepcoMotion has been crowned runner up at this year’s prestigious EEF Future Manufacturing Awards. HepcoMotion, which employs over 150 staff at its Tiverton site was runner up for the Developing Future Talent Award, sponsored by Randstad Inhouse Services. This award recognises the manufacturer that has done the most to build skills, talent and develop their employees internally and/ or promote engineering and manufacturing careers through activities within the community.
Maurice Porter, Group Training Manager at HepcoMotion says: “This achievement is testament to our hard working and dedicated team, and we are delighted to have been recognised in this way. It puts us on the map as a modern and innovative company and goes some way to demonstrate the valuable contribution made by local manufacturers, like ourselves, to our region. We can’t wait to share this news with all our staff, customers and suppliers.
Pictured right: Maurice Porter, group training manager at HepcoMotionBack