MARINE FABRICATORS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES MARINE FABRICATION EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNERS

MFA Excellence Awards

Feb 4, 2020

The Marine Fabricators Association (MFA) awarded the Marine Fabrication Excellence Awards for design excellence, and quality workmanship in marine applications at the 2020 Marine Fabricators Conference. Marine Fabricators Conference is an annual conference that includes education and training, networking opportunities, and an exhibitor show floor.

Winners were selected based on complexity, design, workmanship, uniqueness and function. Recipients of the “Award of Excellence”, “Outstanding Achievement Award” and “Award of Distinction” were also all recognized at the conference. Winning projects will receive recognition in press releases, features in Marine Fabricator magazine an award plaque and permission to use the Fabrication Excellence winning logo in business and promotional pieces.

For this year’s competition, MFA received a total of 60 entries from marine fabricators in 9 categories including; enclosures, sailboats, travel covers, tops, upholstery and miscellaneous. Judges included industry experts and certified professionals. Watch for the March/April Marine Fabricator publication for all winning project details. To view a gallery of similar projects from other award programs click here.
 
The Marine Fabrication Excellence Awards competition is sponsored by Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI), a not-for-profit trade association with more than 1,600 member companies representing the international specialty fabrics and technical textiles marketplace.
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