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Shortlist announced for the British Coatings Federation’s 2023 Awards

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The British Coatings Federation (BCF) has announced the shortlisted entries for its 2023 awards. Following a series of judging days, a carefully selected shortlist from a wide variety of high quality entries has been revealed.


The winners will be announced at the Awards dinner on Thursday 19 October at The Grand Hotel in Birmingham.

Sustainable Innovation: Multinational Award shortlist:

Organik Kimya

Sun Chemical

Siegwerk

BASF plc

AkzoNobel

Sustainable Innovation: SME shortlist:

Little Greene

Terrafend

Race to Net Zero Award shortlist:

Crown Paints

BASF plc

GDB Paint & Coatings

Customer Service Award shortlist:

AkzoNobel - Dulux

Crown Paints

Pulse Printing Products

Excellence in Training Award shortlist:

HMG Paints

AkzoNobel

Anstey Wallpaper

AkzoNobel – Dulux

Diversity and Inclusion Award shortlist:

PPG

Sherwin-Williams

Young Leader of the Year Award shortlist:

Molly Kershaw, PPG Architectural Coatings UK&I

Nathan Featherstone, hubergroup UK

James Davis, A-Chem Limited

Chris Morton, Crown Paints

Olly Sheppard, Pulse Printing Products

Corporate Social Responsibility Award shortlist:

Banner Chemicals

PPG Architectural Coatings UK

Crown Paints

Marketing Campaign of the Year Award shortlist:

Farrow & Ball

HMG Paints

AkzoNobel - Dulux

Axalta Coatings Systems

Apprentice of the Year Award shortlist:

Kris Richens, AkzoNobel

Katie Sterrett, AkzoNobel

Brandon Morgan, hubergroup UK

Melissa Strowbridge, HMG Paints

Richard Morgan, AkzoNobel - Dulux

Sean Kelly, Anstey Wallpaper

Student of the Year Award shortlist:

Courtney Turner, Tor Coatings

Patrycja Zuchowska, PRA World

Rebecca Jones, Beckers

Melanie Brogden, Belzona Polymerics


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