WCTI Technical Achievement Award
From WCTI Magazine, November 2005
Wire & Cable Technology International’s WCTI Technical Achievement Awards are given out annually to individuals in the wire and cable industry that have been responsible for major technical developments related to equipment, materials or accessories for making wire and cable. The award honors individuals responsible for major practical technical developments that have improved the way wire and cable is made and in some cases, how it performs.
Award recipients have been selected from nominations made to Wire & Cable Technology International magazine. WCTI reviews each nomination, consults outside advisors when necessary and makes the final decisions; WCTI staff are not eligible to make nominations.
Also, there is no time limit on when a nominee’s technical development was made—it could have been in the last year, several decades ago or somewhere in between. In addition, there is not a minimum or maximum number of awards granted each year.
The WCTI Technical Achievement Awards, Class of 2005, includes Eric and Brian Fisk of Fisk Alloy, among others. The entire article is available here.