Double nomination at the Make UK Awards

Briggs of Burton are at the forefront of supporting both UK Manufacturing and Engineering. We support some of the biggest beer, distilled spirits, food and pharmaceutical brands globally by delivering large EPC projects.

Briggs have been shortlisted for not just one but two categories this year. Last year, we achieved runner’s up for the Business Growth and Strategy category. This year, we have been nominated for Business Growth & Strategy and Energy & Sustainability. The Make UK judging panel have recognised many of our recent successes.

The Make UK judging panel have been impressed by Briggs’ accelerated growth globally in existing and new markets. The committee also recognised our drive to always offer our customers sustainable engineering solutions across all industries.

This is the first time we have been recognised for our achievements in Energy and Sustainability at a formal awards event.

​​​​​​​The two award nominations are followed by a successful win at the Made in the Midlands Awards earlier this year when Briggs were awarded Manufacturer of the Year (Over £25m)

Our global team made this success a possibility by helping us to be a safe and flexible engineering company.

About Briggs of Burton

If you have eaten or drunk it there is a chance that Briggs of Burton has helped to produce it.

Briggs are the engineers behind supplying the equipment, engineering and automation to the world’s largest food, alcoholic beverage, and pharmaceutical manufacturers

Today Briggs employs over 280 colleagues across six sites in the UK, Scotland, USA, Mexico, China, and Australia. The team deliver turnkey engineering projects for leading household brands covering North America, Europe, Central America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. Briggs’ benefits from a global network of stainless steel manufacturing facilities, including their own located in Burton on Trent and Prestonpans, Scotland.

Briggs’ are actively developing sustainable engineering solutions, focusing on their customer’s requirements towards carbon neutrality.