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The Heavies 2018: Shortlist Announced

HeavyTorque Issue Eleven: The Heavies 2017

The Heavies 2018: Shortlist Announced

TII Group, Scheuerle, Nicolas, KAMAG, TIIGER, headline sponsor, the heavies

THE WEIGHT IS OVER

With just over four weeks to go until the awards spectacular (Friday 31st August), it gives the team great pleasure to announce the ‘Shortlist’ for The Heavies 2018.

The Heavies recognises and rewards industry excellence, innovation, outstanding service, efficiency and quality across the entire spectrum of the heavy and abnormal load sector. To win or to be shortlisted shows that you have achieved the very highest standard, as judged by an independent panel of industry experts. The Judges commented (once again) that it was an extremely difficult task – as without exception – every entry was a very worthy winner! The Shortlist is as follows:

Job of the Year (CAT1): Vehicle and load under 50 tonnes GVW

Allelys Group
Lawsons Haulage
WH Transport
Williams Shipping (White City)

Job of the Year (CAT 2): Vehicle and load under 80 tonnes GVW

Lawsons Haulage
Williams Shipping

Job of the Year (CAT 3): Vehicle and load over 80 tonnes GVW

ALE
Collett & Sons Ltd

Job of the Year BE16/VR1

ALE
Allelys Group
Collett & Sons Ltd
Sarens

Project of the Year

ALE
Allelys Group
Collett & Sons Ltd
Lawsons Haulage
Sarens
WH Transport

Category Sponsor

Goldhofer, specialist transport,

Pilot Car/Escort Operator of the Year

Ally Macpherson Services Ltd
Vehicle Routing Services

Operator of the Year

Collett & Sons Ltd
Hutchinson Engineering Services
Lawsons Haulage

Category Sponsor

Volvo Trucks, The Heavies, Sponsor, Operator of the Year

Team of the Year

Keith Rhodes Machinery Installations
McIntosh Heavy Logistics and Cadzow Heavy Haulage
Williams Shipping, King Lifting and Teahan Convoi Services

Most Significant Safety Initiative

To be announced on the evening

Innovation of the Year: End User

To be announced on the evening

Innovation of the Year: Trailer Manufacturer (Medium Weight 3-5 axles)

To be announced on the evening

Innovation of the Year: Trailer Manufacturer (Heavyweight 5+ axles)

Faymonville
Goldhofer

The Earl Attlee Award (CSR, Work in the Community and Charity)

Hutchinson Engineering Services
Keith Rhodes Machinery Installations

TII Group, Scheuerle, Nicolas, KAMAG, TIIGER, headline sponsor, the heavies, Volvo Trucks, Goldhofer, Category Sponsor

We would like to wish all guests, participating companies and our loyal sponsors a great evening. Good luck to all concerned!

If you haven’t as yet booked your seat, reserved a corporate table or are still interested in displaying a physical exhibit, please call Andy Adams on +44 (0) 1572 345072 or email andy@heavytorque.co.uk 

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