ESTA 2019 awards shortlist

By Alex Dahm11 March 2019

Winners of the 2018 ESTA Awards of Excellence

Winners of the 2018 ESTA Awards of Excellence

Here is the eagerly awaited announcement of companies shortlisted for the 2019 ESTA Awards of Excellence. Each year the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes (ESTA) hosts a spectacular event, the ESTA Users’ Night and Awards, to award European crane and transport companies in a range of categories, including safety and innovation.

Munich in Germany is the location this year for the 2019 awards evening, held on Thursday 11 April during the giant Bauma construction equipment exhibition. Winners will be announced and awards presented as part of the gala dinner evening. The venue is the Westin Grand Munich Hotel in the city. For more information on the ESTA Awards event see: https://www.khl-group.com/events/esta/

Awards are presented in ten categories as listed below with this year’s shortlisted companies shown in each:

 

Cranes, telescopic, lifting capacity up to 120 tonnes

BMS

Gebr Markewitsch

Mammoet Europe

 

Cranes, telescopic, lifting capacity more than 120 tonnes

Mammoet Europe

Michielsens

Sarens

Wagenborg Nedlift

 

Cranes, lattice boom

Dufour

Kynningsrud Nordic Crane

Mammoet Europe

Sarens

 

Transport trailer and load under 120 tonnes gross weight

Heavy Load Service (HLS)

 

Transport trailer and load more than 120 tonnes gross weight

ALE

Fagioli

Kahl Schwerlast

Mammoet Europe

 

Combined techniques

Fagioli

Mammoet Europe

Sarens

Wagenborg Nedlift

 

Safety

Aertssen Kranen

ALE

BMS

Liebherr-Werk Ehingen

 

Innovation, end user

Fagioli

Mammoet Europe

Sarens

Wagenborg Nedlift

 

Innovation, manufacturer

Goldhofer

Liebherr-Werk Ehingen

Spierings Mobile Cranes

Terex Cranes

 

SPMT

ALE

Fagioli

Portowy Zaklad Techniczny

Sarens

 

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