faqs

‘The Economic Times Awards’ is an awards platform created to recognise and celebrate the excellence achieved by Indian plastics processing industry across different segments like Automotive, Consumer Durables and Electricals & Electronics, Packaging, Recycling, Toys & Playing Equipment as well as Houseware & Kitchenware.
The Economic Times Polymers Awards is part of The Times of India Group’s magazine division Worldwide Media Pvt. Ltd. (WWM). WWM has decades of experience in organising awards platform catering to numerous industry sectors. The direct organiser of ‘The Economic Times Polymers Awards’ is the same team that brings out ‘The Economic Times Polymers’ magazine – India’s premium magazine for the polymers value chain as well as ‘The Economic Times Global Conference on Plastics in Automotive’.
Only companies that make products using plastics (processors) are eligible to send in their nominations.
Yes. You can send multiple (but different) entries in the same category as well as in different categories as well. For example, a company called ABCD Pvt. Ltd. can send two or more entries in the Excellence in Consumer Durables category and it can also an entry or many entries in other categories. There is no limit for sending nominations in terms of categories or number of entries in one category.
Yes, of course. Companies with annual turnover of Rs.1000 crore and more will qualify for the Large Enterprises segment while companies with lesser turnover than Rs.1000 crore annually will qualify for the SMEs segment.
There is no entry fee. However, you need to bear the cost of creating, and sending the nominations to us.
Hard copy through post / courier / hand delivery only.
Nominations will be evaluated by a team of eminent jury members representing the cross section of the plastics industries. Our Editor will also be part of the Jury Team. These experts bring a huge experience to the table in terms of their understanding of this industry.
Yes. Photographs will give a good visual perspective to your nomination.
These could be photocopies of certifications, other awards, audit reports and similar documents.
Yes. There is no limit to the number of nominations.
To ensure that the evaluation process is fair, objective and transparent, we do not allow nominees to communicate with the jury members in this context.
No, the nomination/s including the photographs, samples and copies of supporting documents will be retained by us. They will become our properties.
Yes, completely. The nomination/s received will only be shared with the Jury members on the day of the Jury Meet. No jury member will be allowed to take the original or copy of any nomination (or any part of it) either physically or electronically outside the jury meet venue.
Different mediums including but not limited to ‘The Economic Times Polymers’ magazine, The Machinist magazine, www.themachinist.in, www.etpolymers.com, our social media platforms and wherever we see it appropriate to cover this event.
26th February 2020.
Nominations Closed for the 2020 awards

Disclaimer

We are organising these awards in good faith and with good intention. We do not and will not encourage or support anybody engaged in any illegal or unethical practices. Companies must send their nominations with utmost honesty and integrity without infringing any laws, rules or regulations abiding their respective industries. The responsibility of taking required permissions from internal and external authorities (if necessary) for sharing of information, ideas, documents, photographs and actual samples lies with the company sending a nomination. The organisers of these Awards or our parent company or any of our employees will not be responsible or liable for any legal or judicial liabilities arising out of the nomination process or the resulting awards ceremony. The decision on the winners will be final and no query will be entertained after the winners are announced.