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One month left to enter the Heavy Lift Awards 2019


There is now one month remaining to get your entries in for the Heavy Lift Awards 2019, which will take place on October 15 at the Hilton hotel in Antwerp.

 

HLPFI is seeking entries for the Heavy Lift Awards, which have been launched to recognise and reward excellence in complex logistics, transport and engineering projects around the world.

Enter the Heavy Lift Awards

Entering the awards represents a great opportunity to increase brand exposure, gain international recognition, set you apart from your competitors, celebrate your achievements and reward the hard work of your team.

Check out five reasons to enter the awards.

There are 12 categories to enter, including:

For more information about the entry process and category criteria, please take a look at our Guide to Entering.

You can now submit your entries via the awards website and book your space at the event.

If you have any further queries about the awards, please contact HLPFI's commercial manager, Annie Roberts, via [email protected] or +44 (0) 208 289 2362.

www.heavyliftawards.com

www.heavyliftpfi.com

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