With great pleasure we would like to announce the arrival of the The Heavies 2015 website; www.theheavies.co.uk. Please take a moment to familiarise yourselves with our new home and to better understand the criteria required for your entry/submission, the categories for the event are as follows: (the categories are linked to the appropriate entry form)
Job of the Year (CAT1) Vehicle and load under 50 tonnes GVW | Job of the Year (CAT2) Vehicle and load under 80 tonnes GVW | Job of the Year (CAT3) Vehicle and load over 80 tonnes GVW | Job of the Year (BE16 or VR1) | Pilot Car/Escort Operator of the Year | Project of the Year | Employee/Team of the Year | Environmental Initiative of the Year | Most Significant Safety Initiative | Operator of the Year | Innovation of the Year
Awards to be nominated by the Judges and members of the HTA are:
Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year | Trailer Manufacturer of the Year | Personality of the Year | Judges Special Award
The date for your diary will be Friday 27th March 2015, organised in conjunction with the Heavy Transport Association (HTA), The Heavies will seek to reward those organisations (large or small) making a significant contribution to the effective and efficient running of the UK heavy and abnormal load industry.
Hosted by Quentin Wilson, TV personality, motoring journalist and campaigner for Fairfuel UK, The Heavies will celebrate the achievements of the industry operators, escorters, industry figures, policy makers, buyers and suppliers; recognising innovation, outstanding service, efficiency and quality. To win or to be shortlisted shows that you have achieved the very highest standard, as judged by an international panel of industry experts.
Old friendships are rekindled and new ones forged as guests and award winners get together to talk about the wonderful and important industry that means so much to everyone involved, whilst networking amongst the most influential decision makers responsible for running the industry.
To register your interest, please call Andy Adams on 0845 1 700 300.
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