It’s now or never as Logistics Middle East Awards open for nominations
The Swedish former world No. 1 tennis player Björn Rune Borg, widely considered to be one of the greatest in the history of the sport, once said that “If you're afraid of losing, then you daren't win.” And it’s an apt thought as we head into the planning and nominations phase ahead of the annual Logistics Middle East Awards – the most high-profile logistics awards ceremony in the region.
There are 11 categories, six judges, an anticipated 300+ guests at 1 massive awards evening. See the video below from last year:
What do you have to lose by nominating? Nothing. But, the opposite is true if you don’t. You out on the chance to show your appreciation to your team of their hard work, the chance to network with hundreds of the most high-profile individuals in the regional logistics industry at the event itself, and of course the main benefit: being recognised in front of all your peers, competitors and clients for your achievements.
The Logistics Middle East Awards trophy adorns some of the most prominent logistics leaders’ mantelpieces and our winners are promoted extensively through ITP Media Group’s logistics and transport portfolio of publications.
The Logistics Middle East Awards will have senior executives and recognised figures from the industry in attendance, making the event a red letter occasion and an evening not to miss for anyone working in materials handling and logistics in the Middle East.
How to nominate
Entry submissions may be accompanied by supporting documentation, such as testimonials, references, project descriptions, photographs and published articles.
These should be collated into a single PDF document no larger than 10MB and submitted with your online write up.
The nomination must also be accompinied by a high res image, please note this cannot just be a company logo, the image must represent your nomination. Should you like to nominate please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or do it online here.
Categories in the Logistics Middle East Awards:
There are 11 categories this year, each focusing on a unique vertical within the wider logistics industry. To find out more check the official awards website here.
Express Logistics Company of the Year
Awarded to the service provider that has delivered a portfolio of market-leading solutions within the Middle East’s express logistics sector over the past 12 months.
Corporate Social Responsibility of the Year
Awarded to the organisation that has taken responsibility for the impact of their activities on customers, employees, shareholders, communities and the environment in all aspects of their operations.
Technology Solutions Provider of the Year
Logistics relies on technology, automation and equipment, this award recognises the companies deploying the advanced software and hardware solutions that make seamless warehouse and fleet management possible.
Supply Chain Hub of the Year
Supply Chain Hub of the Year recognises the contribution of the Middle East’s various ports and freezones in providing a convenient base in terms of services and regulation from which logistics giants are able to operate.
FMCG Supply Chain of the Year
This category recognises the end-users, such as super markets, and the 3PLs, that operate seamless supply chains to get fresh produce into the region year-round.
Retail Supply Chain of the Year
This category will recognise the biggest and smallest names in online and brick-and-mortar retail in the region that are finding new ways to increase speed to market, while limiting costs.
Energy Supply Chain of the Year
This category will recognise the feat associated with transporting and storing volatile cargo in bulk and is open to oil majors and oil and gas logistics partners.
Bespoke Logistics Project of the Year
This award recognises those one-off, unique projects that do not fall neatly into any of the categories above. 3PLs and end-users that have organised or handled the logistics for such projects, or major events from the Dubai Boat Show or the Abu Dhabi F1 to the Dubai World Cup are welcome to enter.
MHE Supplier of the Year
This award recognises those material handling providers going above and beyond in meeting their customers’ needs.
Air Cargo Operator of the Year
This award recognises the air freight operators going out of their way to provide efficient and cost-effective air cargo solutions.
Breakbulk Operator of the Year
Major infrastructure and general construction projects across the region require world-class breakbulk partners. This award recognises those breakbulk logistics providers rising to the challenge.
Logistics Executive of the Year
Our Logistics Executive of the Year Award recognises a single individual who, over the course of a long and illustrious career, has contributed consistently to the advancement of logistics and supply chain operations in the region.