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LEEA rewards achievers

Wednesday, 21 Nov 2018 ( #899 ) - Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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The inaugural LEEA Awards 2018
The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has recognised some of its members at the recent inaugural LEEA Awards 2018.

At an event in Milton Keynes, eight awards were presented:

Apprentice of the Year: A joint award went to Laurence James of Calder Lifting Services Limited and James Hume of William Hackett Lifting Products Limited.
Customer Service: Service Through Knowledge – Ranger Lifting-Rigging-Safety.
Innovative Product of the Year: Industrial Training International (ITI) for its ITI VR Crane & Equipment Training Simulators.
Manager of the Year: Oliver Auston of Checkmate Lifting and Safety.
Safety Award: Straightpoint UK Ltd.
Sustainable Solution of the Year: Joint winners - Certex UK and Lloyd’s British - A Speedy Business.
Unsung Hero: Gerry Miller of Scotia Handling Services Limited.
Kevin Holmes Award: Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformance Council.

"The LEEA Awards is all about recognising the excellence of our members and showcasing it to the global lifting industry and to end user markets," says Ross Moloney, LEEA CEO. "The response has been overwhelmingly positive – from the high number and impressive standard of entries to an outstanding turnout for an incredible evening."

LEEA is the leading representative body for all those involved in the lifting industry worldwide.
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