CPI Shortlisted for Chemical Industry Awards
On Thursday 26th of June, the Annual Chemical Industry Association (CIA) awards will take place at Lancashire County Cricket Club in Manchester. The awards categories are chosen to reflect the fast pace of change within the chemicals using industries and are judged by a panel of sponsors, CIA members and independent experts
CPI and Primary Dispersions Ltd have each been nominated for the Bilfinger Industrial Services Award for Engineering Excellence; CPI for work on AGMs graphene demonstration plant and PDL for their work in high shear mixing.
Polyphotonix and PDL have each been nominated for the GSK Innovation Award, which will be awarded to the company that can provide the most successful examples of profitable innovation in an area of business that will help solve today’s societal challenges. Polyphotonix has been shortlisted for their work with treating Macular Eye Disease, and PDL, again for their work with high shear mixing.
As well as nominations for the CIA awards, CPI is delighted to be shortlisted for the ADBA award for Best Supporting Service in Anaerobic Digestion. The awards ceremony which will be held on the 2nd July at the NEC in Birmingham after the first day of UK AD and Biogas. CPI’s Anaerobic Digestion development facilities are open access and provide UK companies with support to develop and prove Anaerobic Digestion processes.
CPI’s CEO Nigel Perry said “We are delighted that our success here at CPI is being recognised by being shortlisted for these important industry awards. We wish all the shortlisted companies the best of luck.”