K-Form Win Prestigious Innovation Award at Intermat 2015 in Paris

Published:  18 February, 2015

K-Form are delighted to announce that last night in Paris (Thursday 22nd

January 2015) Bridgend Extrusion Ltd were awarded the Intermat 2015

Innovation Awards Special Judges Award.

Marketing Director, Ally Mumtaz was delighted to represent the company on

the evening to receive the award. The judges were impressed by K-FORM’S

simplicity, uniqueness and the environmental contribution to the industry, we

were the only UK winner.

The gala dinner evening was attended by all the shortlisted nominees,

a large number of construction industry professionals and press from around

the globe. From very small beginnings K-FORM is now a product very much

taking centre stage in the world of construction. We look forward to seeing

everyone at our stand at the inaugural World of Concrete Europe within

Intermat Paris 2015 in April.

About The Intermat Innovation Awards

The awards are internationally respected and represented. Out of the

78 applications submitted, 29 were shortlisted and there were 12 ultimate

winners across different categories. Of the shortlisted companies there were

six different countries represented. Innovation, at a time of economic tension,

is more essential that ever. Intermat shines a spotlight on this creativity by

paying tribute to the most remarkable initiatives through its Innovation

Awards. The international judging panel comprised of 12 industry specialists.

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