ALH Conference & Awards shortlist announced

By Lindsey Anderson26 August 2016

The shortlist for the ALH Conference & Awards, Oct. 11 at the Marriott Biscayne Bay in Miami, has been revealed.

The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony the evening of Oct. 11, following a day-long conference. One winner will be selected from each category.

More than 50 entries were received for the 11 award categories. There were a number of stellar entries; if your company didn’t make the shortlist this time around, please try again for the next ALH C&A. ALH would like to thank all of the companies who entered this year’s call for entries.

Without further ado, the 2016 ALH C&A shortlist is as follows:

Access Industry Employer of the Year

• TVH Parts Company

• JLG Industries, Inc.

• Genie

Access Projects of the Year – Powered AWPs

• Ahern Rentals (T-Mobile arena)

• ReachMaster (The Old Patent Office Building)

• UpEquip (New York Metropolitan Opera)

• UpEquip (Montreal subway station)

Access Projects of the Year – MCWPs

• Hydro-Mobile

• Klimer

• Mastclimbers

Access Rental Innovation

• Ahern Rentals

• Point of Rental Software

• United Rentals

Access Safety Innovation

• Genie

• JLG (Reverse Camera)

• JLG (SkyGuard)

• MEC

• Snorkel

Product Innovation (AWPs over 20 feet)

• Dinolift 220XSE

• Genie Z-6037FE and DC models

• JLG 1500AJP

• ReachMaster Falcon FS170

• Teupen Puma

• Elliott Equipment E190

Product Innovation (Telehandlers)

• JCB

• Magni Telescopic Handlers

• Manitou

Rising Star Award

• Aerial Access Equipment

• UpEquip

Product Innovation (Vehicle-mounted AWPs)

Winner to be announced the evening of awards.

Product Innovation (AWPs under 20 feet)

Winner to be announced the evening of awards.

ALH Person of the Year

Winner to be announced the evening of awards.

For more information or to register to attend the event, please visit www.alh-ca.com.

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