Air Cargo News Awards are open for entry

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The prestigious Air Cargo News Awards are now officially open for entry.

The awards are now in their 40th year and recognise the achievements of the air cargo industry – from innovative solutions for complex transport challenges to investments in new technologies, services and innovations.

There are nine trophies up for grabs and entrants have until 5pm (UK time) on Friday, June 7 to compile and submit their entries online.

This year, the ultimate airline accolade – the Cargo Airline of the Year Award – will be an entered award.

Other categories include:

★ Air Cargo Environment Award
★ Young Airfreight Professional of the Year
★ Air Cargo Pharma Award
★ Cargo Airline of the Year
★ Cargo Hub of the Year
★ Ground Handler of the Year
★ GSSA of the Year
★ Innovation Award – Digital
★ Innovation Award – Product

The winners will be announced during a daytime awards lunch at the Royal Lancaster London hotel on October 23.

More details on how to enter, criteria for each category and tips on entering can be found at www.aircargonewsawards.net.

Once entrants have read the criteria, they use the simple online system to explain in 1,000 words why your company should be recognised as the best in the business.

Judges will be looking for companies to demonstrate how they have outperformed their competitors, offering innovative and market-leading solutions.

For more tips, you can download our entry guide.

After the entries have been received they will be assigned to the judges for scoring with our shortlist will be announced in mid-July.

The awards ceremony was last year a sell-out with almost 250 air cargo executives attending.

For information on sponsorship opportunities contact Richard Perry at [email protected]

Catch up with the latest Air Cargo News Awards news on social media using #ACNAwards2024

Everyone’s a winner at the Air Cargo News Awards 2023

 

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Damian Brett

Damian Brett
I have been writing about the freight and logistics industry since 2007 when I joined International Freighting Weekly to cover the shipping sector.After a stint in PR, I have gone on to work for Containerisation International and Lloyds List - where I was editor of container shipping - before joining Air Cargo News in 2015.Contact me on [email protected]