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Final countdown to The Logistics Awards

Final countdown to The Logistics Awards

With two days to go until the industry night of the year, SHD Logistics is excited to organise an event that celebrates today’s finest UK logistics operators at London’s Grange St. Paul’s Hotel in The Logistics Awards.

After a thorough judging process held earlier this year involving distinguished experts within the logistics industry, all the finalists across 14 awards categories have been fully evaluated, with a winner selected in each category, and adjudicated by SHD Logistics’ editorial team.

This year marks the first ever The Logistics 100 prize ever handed out at our annual awards gala, and other sponsored awards categories in partnership with this year’s partners – Continental Tyres (for Innovation Award), Jungheinrich UK (Technology Innovation – Large and SME), Mentor (Safety), Toyota Material Handling (Operations – Large and SME), and SEC Storage (New Facility) – in particular will provide an element of intrigue as to who will come out on top in each.

With the announcement of each awards winners providing the element of anticipation throughout the evening, this year’s host Paul Sinha will provide the humour in between as our awards guests also get treated to some fine food and drink, as well as this year’s surprise entertainment act.

The post awards party at the hotel bar will give the finalists the chance to celebrate the evening, as well as a chance to network with other industry peers.

Few tables are still available for the gala evening on Thursday 21 September. Please contact Joel Martin and Christine Attew to book your spot at the event.

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