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Entries now open for The Logistics Awards 2018

Entries now open for The Logistics Awards 2018

Entries are now open for this year’s fifth annual The Logistics Awards. Companies with a logistical operation are invited to put forward their outstanding projects to be judged by a panel of industry judges.

SHD Logistics is delighted to confirm that the annual awards extravaganza will be held on Thursday 20th September at The Swan at The Shakespeare Globe in London, celebrating the best logistical operations in the past 12 months.

This year will see 15 awards categories up for grabs, including our celebratory Winners of Winners (WOW) Award – choosing the best Overall Winner over the last four years since the gala evening event’s inception in 2014.

The Logistics Awards is independently judged by a panel of industry experts, chosen for their knowledge, objectivity and credibility. Last year’s panel was headed up by experienced logistics professionals including Collect+ and Yodel’s Neil H. Ashworth and Barclays Corporate Head of the Transport & Logistics Rob Riddleston.

Among the hotly contested categories at the event include Operations (Large and SME), Technology Innovation (Large and SME), Future Skills and Safety – categories which received a popular number of entries last year.

To put your entry forward, please see our Awards website for more details. Events manager Natalia Kay ([email protected]) and Assistant Editor (David Tran [email protected]) will also be on hand to address any questions about your entry.

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