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Nominations open for FLTA Awards

Wednesday, 7 Aug 2019 ( #935 ) - Berkshire, United Kingdom
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The Fork Lift Truck Association is calling for entries for the annual prestigious event to be held on Saturday 21st March 2020.

Now in its 26th year, the FLTA Awards for Excellence is the longest-running industry awards presentation of its kind, and is a highlight of the materials handling event calendar.

The awards are free to enter and companies can self-nominate, allowing them to put forward the initiatives and products that they are most proud of.

"The FLTA Awards are a fantastic opportunity for manufacturers to showcase the incredible advances they have been making in the industry," says Tim Waples, chief executive of the FLTA. "We want to celebrate achievements and mark the importance of working together to continually raise standards."

The Awards for Excellence offer nominees the chance to receive well-deserved appreciation from peers and the public. Winners are presented with an industry-renowned Archie statue to keep on site, as well as a personalised Awards logo for use on company materials and exhibitions, showcasing their win long into the future.

Nominations close on 30 September 2019. For full details on how to enter, and to find more information on the required criteria, visit
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