Remarkable, mega-impressive and inspiring…The three Remanufacturer of the Year 2018 Awards were handed out in Frankfurt last month – and RotY jury chairman Adam Hill explains why the judging panel reached their decisions
ReMaTecNews’ Remanufacturer of the Year Award was inaugurated in 2005. Since that time, the winners of reman’s most illustrious trophy reads like a Who’s Who of the remanufacturing sector.
This year, for the first time, the Awards were split into three categories. The six-person judging panel was impressed with the overall standard of entries in each: the many entrants proved that there is a great deal of good practice in the industry, with many companies thinking clearly about what they do and why. With this sort of quality in display, the future looks bright.
The panel’s decisions involved long deliberation. With a couple of entries, the gap between winner and runner-up was paper-thin – but in the end, after much discussion, the judges were confident that their decisions reflected the strength of the companies and individuals involved, and that they have selected worthy winners of the three trophies.Read about the winners