Final call for FLTA Awards 2013 entries

August 29, 2012 by Peter MacLeod
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Final call for FLTA Awards 2013 entries

Do you have an excellent new product or service, or a special individual or team that deserves industry-wide recognition? Then why not enter them in the Fork Lift Truck Association Annual Awards for Excellence?

Entries are being sought for products and services in a series of different categories including: Environment, Ergonomics, Safety and Innovation. Nominations are also invited for the Safe Site Award (open to owners and operators of fork lift trucks), as well as the prestigious Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Every successful nomination in the hotly contested product and service categories will be included in the FLTA’s highly prized Pick of the Year – the definitive guide to the year’s best products and services.

FLTA Chairman, Martyn Fletcher said: “However good your product, getting it noticed in a crowded marketplace is what really counts. Nothing does this more effectively – and over such a sustained period of time – than featuring in the Awards. “

To be eligible for the Awards, your new product or service must have been available for purchase in the UK from 1st October 2011 to 30th September 2012, or the product must have been fitted to equipment that is available to purchase. Further nomination guidelines are available on the Association website.
Fletcher continued: “The Awards are a great leveller. It’s not about how big you are or how much money you make – it’s about how good your product, service, or conduct is. On more than one occasion, we’ve seen small, young companies going head-to-head with established industry-leaders and win!”

Entering is free and takes just minutes. Entry forms are available for download now from the FLTA website (  Importantly, there is no limit on the number of entries allowed, so get entering today.

But be quick – you only have until 30th September 2012 (tomorrow) to make your nominations.



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