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Swedish Assembly Award

The Swedish Assembly Awward is annually handed to a person or group who has contributed to the development in the assembly area. 

The Assembly Price

Nominate for the Swedish Assembly Award!

Welcome to submit a competition entry to the Swedish Assembly Award.

Competition entry: The nominated grant must be described in words and pictures and with a reason why the grant should be awarded. The contest entry is sent to both Daniel Gåsvaer and Annika Nilsson

Last day for nomination: December 20, 2019

Award ceremony: The award is presented at the Assembly Conference on March 17, 2021.

 

Background to the price

The prize aims to mark that development in the assembly area is of great importance for the competitiveness of Swedish industry. The accelerated globalization, supported by the rapid development of information technology, creates an increasingly tight competition between companies with the same product, but in different countries or continents.

The manufacturer of a product must move its customer order point as far towards the end of the production chain as possible. This means that multiple-stage distribution systems must be avoided and the company's final assembly of customer-specified products must act directly towards the customer.

This means that companies' assembly systems and their organization, sharing techniques and processes must be developed for maximum speed, adjustability, rebuilding and quality.

The Prize

The prize consists of a specially made glass sculpture by artist Ebba von Wachenfeldt. The prize is awarded to a person or group of people who contributed to the development in the assembly area.

The prize aims to mark that development in the assembly area is of great importance for the competitiveness of Swedish industry.

Participant categories and winning criteria

The prize is awarded to a person or group of persons (ie not a company or other legal person) who has developed an organization, product, system, technology, method, tool or any other form of aid, which is an industrial example and thus contributes to development within the assembly area. "Product" above refers to product design with respect to the product's own rational assembly.

Competition entry

Everyone is welcome to nominate competition entries, including their own entries. The grant must be described in words and pictures and with a reason why the grant should be awarded. The contest entry is sent to both:
Daniel Gåsvaer and Annika Nilsson

Jury and motivation

The jury contains members of the Swedish Assembly Forum's council. If necessary, external expertise is selected. Representatives of sponsors and other stakeholders may be included. The jury is appointed by the Swedish Assembly Forum's council.

The motivation will be individually designed and substantial, for example: NN has developed a ... which substantially increases / decreases ... for ... type of assembly. In his work, NN has combined proven solutions with bold innovation and systematically evaluated the result. Wide application of NNs ... will contribute to .... in Swedish industry.

Award ceremony

The award is presented at the "Assembly Conference of the Year". In addition to the award ceremony, the competition grant becomes a program point at the conference.

 

Contacts for the Assembly Award