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HEAVY LIFTAWARDS Project Logistics Provider of the Year


This award will be presented to the logistics provider that has developed its project cargo services to adapt to new market opportunities and challenges, as well as customer demands.


The judges will be looking for evidence of how this development, alongside sound technical capability and high safety standards, has shaped the success of your project forwarding business and prepared your company for the future.


Entries should include evidence of: A deep understanding of your client base and their requirements


Shipping Line of the Year


This award will be presented to a carrier that has demonstrated its ability to successfully and efficiently support the movement of heavy and oversize project cargoes around the world by sea. Entries should demonstrate the carrier’s ability to adapt its business to challenging market conditions and the changing needs of its customers.


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The judges will want to see evidence of: Proactive approach to safety and environmental regulations


An optimised fleet capable of supporting a wide range of customers •


and markets The implementation of new technology or techniques to support the loading of complex cargoes


Entries must include: Testimonials from clients


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Examples of clear commitment to safety and efficiency Examples of shipments completed in past 12 months


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An ability to adapt to changing market conditions Strategy for growth and enhancement of current services A considered approach to safety and environmental issues within


the organisation A solid recruitment and training programme


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Training Award


This award will be presented either to a company that has adopted an innovative and successful approach to training staff, or a company that has provided a comprehensive training programme for the heavy lift and project logistics sector.


The judges will be looking for one or more of: Evidence of a well-considered, consistent and successful


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• Entries must include: Testimonials from those that have successfully completed the training


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programme Clear evidence of progression from those that have undertaken the programme


training programme Unique training techniques, utilising new technology or equipment The teaching of the most up-to-date standards in the company’s sector


Safety Award


This award will be presented to a company or team from the project cargo supply chain (including both equipment owners and manufacturers, operators and logistics providers) that has consistently upheld the highest safety standards. The judges will be looking for evidence that the company has:


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Complied with the latest safety regulations/accreditations in its field Demonstrated a superior safety record with regards to accidents and


injuries at work Implemented staff training in the relevant safety standards Demonstrated an active commitment to improving safety standards


across the heavy lift and specialised transport sector Dedication to communication with the industry about issues affecting


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