specializes in advanced automation processes and joining technologies that satisfy resistance welding, metal forming, and cold spray applications.Click image to enlargeCenterLine (Windsor) Ltd. has been awarded the National Manufacturing Leadership Award by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) for outstanding achievement in the Engineering and Production Technology Leadership category.

The Manufacturing Leadership Awards are hosted by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the largest manufacturing association in the U.S.

CenterLine will be recognized at the Manufacturing Leadership Awards Gala, which will take place as a virtual event on October 8, 2020.

CenterLine’s use of robotic simulations powered by DELMIA Robotics has enabled the company to grow and maintain its competitive edge designing, manufacturing, and commissioning, complex assembly lines for customers. This technology has enabled CenterLine to reduce manufacturing and design issues while increasing efficiency in programming and commissioning.

“This award places CenterLine among an esteemed group of manufacturing leaders who are shaping the footprint for the global manufacturing industry," said Phil Campbell, vice-president of global sales and marketing. "We are extremely honored to be surrounded by such a talented group of leaders and proud of our teamwork with Dassault Systèmes to continue to drive innovation into the future.”

CenterLine was among a number of world-class manufacturing companies in the same category such as The Boeing Co., Lockheed Martin Corp., Siemens Energy Inc., and the National Center For Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM).

The Manufacturing Leadership Awards consist of 11 categories that recognize digital transformation, innovation, and leadership. Winners in the Engineering and Production Technology Leadership category embrace new design and production approaches to drive game- changing process improvements. This category highlights adopted technologies such as advanced 3D modeling and simulation, sensor networks, advanced materials, process automation platforms, advanced robotics, and additive/3D printing for production applications. Winning projects improve efficiency and quality, increase responsiveness, and reduce costs.

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