Take a look back at the Heavy Lift Awards 2023.
HLPFI welcomed 400 guests at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London for a night of celebration, as the 11 winners of the Heavy Lift Awards were announced. Take a look at who took home a trophy here.
Sponsored by DHL Industrial Projects
Çaba & Misnak took home the trophy in the Excellence in Engineering category for its work on a major project in Türkiye.
Sponsored by Blue Water Shipping
The Airfreight Solution of the Year award was presented for an outstanding project cargo shipment that has been executed by air in the last 12 months. While competition was tough in this category, it was Blue Bell Shipping that rose highest to claim first prize.
Yesterday (October 25), HLPFI welcomed nearly 400 guests for a night of celebration at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London as the winners of the Heavy Lift Awards 2023 were announced.
The Innovation Award is presented to the company that has developed an innovative piece of equipment or technology designed to improve the lift or transport of heavy and oversize cargoes. It was Liebherr that took home the top prize in this category for its LR 12500-1.0 crawler crane.
Sponsored by Trans Global Projects Group (TGP)
AAL Shipping was once again named Ship Operator of the Year, with our judges praising its commitment to safety, sustainability and innovation as well as its performance management.
Sponsored by Fracht Group
The Environment Award attracted a broad range of entries that highlighted the diverse nature of the supply chain and approaches to sustainability. Logistec Stevedoring rose to the top with a submission that showcased an enthusiastic, exemplary, and concerted effort to be environmentally aware.
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