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The Heavies Awards 2015 Hits Commercial Motor Magazine

The Heavies Awards 2015

The Heavies Awards 2015 Hits Commercial Motor Magazine

Through collaboration with our Media Partners, Road Transport Media, publishers of Commercial Motor and Truck & Driver magazines, we are delighted with The Heavies Awards 2015 presence in this weeks Issue  of Commercial Motor – 11th September – Page 8.

The abnormal load movement family are an industry within an industry. While the vanilla-flavoured 44-tonne tractor-trailers are sailing up the motorways with everything from baked beans and teabags, to breeze blocks and bricks, yes, they are keeping UK plc moving. But it’s you, the specialists who move the nation’s infrastructure into place, who lay the foundations for it all. You more than deserve recognition for that effort, expertise and professionalism, and ‘The Heavies’ awards is where you’ll find it.

We are astounded by the response we have received since launching the event, keep those entries coming in!

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