Toronto, ON — Machinery & Equipment MRO won a Gold Award along with three Top Ten Finalist awards tonight in a prestigious competition for Canadian business journalism. This is the second year in a row the magazine has taken a Gold in the Kenneth R. Wilson (KRW) Awards program.
The awards are presented annually by the Canadian Business Press. Business and trade magazines across the country submit their best work in several different categories. More than 800 entries were received in this year’s competition.
Machinery & Equipment MRO won the Gold Award in the In the Best How-to category for ‘Troubleshooter’s Guide to Test & Measurement Technology’, by technical editor Lloyd (Tex) Leugner.
The magazine was also honoured with three Finalist awards for the following articles, which were published in 2006.
In the Best Industrial/Manufacturing category:
– Finding the Hot Spots, by Carroll McCormick
– Maintenance Management column, by Cliff Williams.
In the Best Resource/Infrastructure category:
– When Less is More, by Carroll McCormick.
Congratulations to contributors Carroll, Cliff and Tex for helping make MRO Magazine one of Canada’s top trade magazines. All of these winning articles were published in 2006.
Last year, MRO Magazine received the Gold Award in the Best Industrial/Manufacturing Article category for ‘Curbing the Bad Actors’ by Montreal-based contributing editor Carroll McCormick.
In previous years, Machinery & Equipment MRO has received many nominations for various editorial and graphics categories, and has been presented with several Gold, Silver and Top Five awards in the Kenneth R. Wilson Awards competition.
For details on the awards program, visit www.cbp.ca/eventsPages/krw.asp.