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FLTA Awards 2012
TBA, United Kingdom - 18th February 2012
Corporate event

Nominations are open for the industry’s most prestigious and fiercely competitive Awards! Log on to to enter your company or yourself and have a chance to appear in the ‘Pick of the Year’.

Successful product nominations will then enter an industry-wide public vote, to determine the ‘Pick of the Year finalists’. This impressive few will appear at the glittering Awards ceremony on Saturday 18th February 2012.

To mark London 2012, the FLTA is introducing an Olympic theme to their Awards… including a number of special, one-off categories designed to embrace the Olympic spirit of Citius, Altius, Fortius: “faster, higher, stronger”…

The awards feature a number of ‘popular’ and ‘manufacturers’ categories.
The Fork Lift Truck Olympics are now open! For more details about the FLTA’s exciting Fork Lift Truck Olympics, and for your chance to become an Olympic champion visit the Olympics homepage:  Entries close on the 31st December 2011.
Are you a forklift Gymnast?  FORKLIFTACTION is the official home to the ‘Fork Lift Truck Olympics Gymnastics’. We want real photos of forklift trucks in weird and wonderful situations, or carrying unusual loads. Whether you are an ambitious contestant, or an enthusiastic spectator visit the Forklift Gymnastics Gallery: Upload your entry today!

18th February 2012

TBA (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time; Dublin, Lisbon, London


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