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Entries open for 2019 ESTA awards

Entries are now being accepted for the European crane and heavy transport industry’s 2019 ESTA Awards.


 

The 2019 awards dinner will be on the evening of April 11 next year in Munich during the bauma exhibition.

There are ten categories - including crane job of the year, transport/trailer job of the year, SPMT job of the year and an innovation award - and the deadline for entries is January 18, 2019.

The crane and transport jobs of the year are awarded to an individual company for an innovative, complicated or otherwise unusual job, completed safely, professionally and to the client’s satisfaction, said ESTA.

The judging is carried out by an independent jury of experienced professionals, according to a strict points system drawn up by ESTA; the finalists are published in advance of the awards evening, with the winners being announced on the night.

The awards are open to companies that are members of ESTA national associations, ESTA special members and ESTA affiliates.

The entry forms and full details of each category are available on ESTA’s website.

www.estaeurope.eu

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