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Made in Scotland Awards finalists revealed

Glasgow Science Centre

The shortlist for the 2019 Made in Scotland Awards has been announced.

Back for its fourth year, the Business Insider Made in Scotland Awards, in partnership with the University of Strathclyde's Advanced Forming Research Centre, champion all aspects of transformational discoveries and developments made in Scotland.

In an ever more crowded marketplace organisations must introduce new products and processes to stand out. Scottish Business Insider invites innovative companies and individuals that have found success both domestically and internationally to enter the Made in Scotland Awards and have their contribution recognised.

The Made in Scotland Awards will take place on May 9, 2019 at Glasgow Science Centre. With over 200 guests attending, the awards will showcase some of the best and most innovative products and services to be designed and manufactured in Scotland.

Full list of finalists

Best New Product

  • R & B Distillers Limited – Tweeddale Grain of Truth
  • Tay Spirits Ltd
  • The Drinks Bakery

Engineering Company of the Year

  • Angus 3D Solutions
  • Orbital Marine Power Limited
  • SP Technology

Exporter of the Year

  • Hydro Group Plc
  • Loch Duart Ltd

Food and Drink Company of the Year

  • Aldomak Ltd
  • Growers Garden
  • The Start-Up Drinks Lab

Innovator of the Year Sponsored by Scotland Can Do

  • Angus 3D Solutions
  • LUX Assure Ltd
  • SnapDragon Monitoring Ltd

Inventor of the Year Sponsored by Murgitroyd

Finalists will not be announced for this category and the winner will be announced on the night.

Life Sciences Company of the Year

Finalists will not be announced for this category and the winner will be announced on the night.

Manufacturer of the Year Sponsored by the Advanced Forming Research Centre

  • Angus 3D Solutions
  • BeFab Be Creative
  • Kalopsia CIC

Remade in Scotland Sponsored by Scottish Institute for Remanufacture

  • Moock Environmental Solutions Ltd
  • Renewable Parts Ltd
  • Whisky Frames

Young Innovator of the Year

  • Molly Rose Drinks Ltd
  • Seawater Solutions Ltd

Made in Scotland Award Sponsored by the Advanced Forming Research Centre

The winner of this Award is chosen out of all our category winners which recognises the most outstanding entry and will be announced on the night.



Made in Scotland Awards

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