RJG Technologies is celebrating having won the Best Business Initiative, a prestigious Plastics Industry Award, for the way their Executive Roadmap outlined the business initiatives to be employed to deliver growth for the business.
The company focussed on its strategy, outlined in the Roadmap, delivering new training courses, a recognised Polymer Apprenticeship and new products, initiatives that have placed RJG in a strong position for growth in 2018.
Producer, entertainer and former Strictly Come Dancing pro Brendan Cole presented Richard Brown, Managing Director with the award in front of a packed audience of industry professionals at a gala dinner at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Friday (28th September).
Judges praised RJG for an outstanding entry and the way in which the initiative was delivered by the team at RJG. This was a hotly contested category with seven other companies shortlisted as finalists.
Richard Brown, Managing Director said, “receiving this award recognises the work that the team had undertaken in the past year restructuring the business to deliver ISO 9001:2015 and the ongoing development of the company since we became part of the RJG group. It is recognition of the way the team have transformed the business into what it is today. I was very proud of their achievements as I collected the trophy. The journey will continue as we have more challenges to deliver in 2019.”
RJG, is a recognised international leader in injection moulding training, technology and resources. Their technology revolutionised the industry by providing standardised parts processing and advanced diagnostic tools to injection moulders. In addition, RJG provides both general interest and specialised training for all levels of injection moulding professionals across the globe.
Launched in 2001, and held annually in London, the Plastics Industry Awards are dedicated to rewarding innovation and exceptional performance in an increasingly competitive market. Sixteen categories cover materials usage, product design, manufacturing, training and environmental performance, and entries are judged by a panel of industry experts.