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Wide range of innovative and sustainable companies showcased in Manufacturing Leadership 100 Awards

The winners of the Manufacturing Leadership 100 Awards have been announced, rewarding innovative and exemplary manufacturing companies and individuals across the world. The prize-giving ceremony will be held at the 2013 Manufacturing Leadership Summit this May in Palm Beach, Florida.

The programme is split into a number of categories including: Innovation Enterprise Award which praises those who push the boundaries of product design through advanced technologies and demonstrate positive impacts on operating results and process efficiencies; Manufacturing Entrepreneur Award which celebrates those who have built a successful business from scratch or within an existing company; Turnaround Award which recognises those who have transformed failing businesses in these troubled times; and Game-Changing Technologies Award which showcases firms who have harnessed emerging technologies and applications in the production process.

Companies recognised in these prestigious awards include: Hardstone Construction for their application of 3D Technology in construction on Tivoli Village Project (Innovative Enterprise); Enterasys Networks - 3D printing and prototyping (Innovative Enterprise); IBM Corp. Inventory Management System (Global Value Chain); Thogus Products Co. (Game-Changing Technologies); and Safelite Glass Corp. (Sustainability).

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