BAMA unveils winners at annual awards
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has announced the winners of its annual awards at the 2019 Forum and Awards Dinner, which recognise and reward innovation across the aerosol sector.
Commending the winners, the judges said: “The standard of entries at this year’s awards demonstrates the industry’s continued commitment to innovate at each stage of the supply chain.
“The quality of work showcased across each of the award categories made selecting eventual winners no mean feat, and stands as testament to how far the industry has come in driving sustainable growth across the sector”.
The winners, runners up and highly commended recipients in each category were:
Winner: Ball Aerosol Packaging – Ball Aluminium Aerosol 360° Can
Runner up: Pritchard Spray Technology Ltd – Deft Household Cleaning Range
Highly Commended: Coster Group – Texture effects on actuator
Winner: Triple Line Technology – TLT foam dispenser
Runner up: Procter & Gamble – 100% Polymer Aerosol
Highly commended: COSTER – COSTER plan for sustainable growth
Process Safety and Training
Winner: Unilever – Unilever Process Safety
Runner up: Alloway UK Ltd – AP Vision System
Highly commended: WD-40 Company – Smart Stack
Aerosol of the Year
Winner: Simply Breathe Limited – AirForLife® – Emergency Escape Device
Runner up: Church & Dwight Europe – Batiste Waterless Cleanser Range
Runner up: James Briggs Ltd – Hycote Graphene Anti-Corrosion Primer
Highly commended: Pritchard Spray Technology Ltd – Deft Household Cleaning Range
Aerosol in Action, photography:
Winner: Pritchard Spray Technology Ltd
Special Recognition Award
Winner: Grant Coupland – Sustainability Director, Colep
Recognised by board members for his contribution to the industry, Grant was a key figure in the creation of ACOA – an alliance between Colep, Pax in Australia and Diazo in Japan.
Patrick Heskins, BAMA chief executive, said: “Congratulations to the winners, runners up and all those who were highly commended and of course a huge thank you to all those who entered the 2019 awards.
“While we have we seen a record number of entries this year, what’s been most impressive is the breadth and standard of the products submitted.
“It’s been great to see the aerosol industry addressing some of the biggest social issues of the last few years. In AirForLife we have an incredible innovation that has the potential to save many lives”.