Deadline extended for ALH Awards

By Lindsey Anderson01 August 2016

The deadline for entering the ALH Awards is Monday, August 8.

With 11 categories at hand, the ALH Conference & Awards, Oct. 11 in Miami, aims to celebrate product design, rental business performance, excellence in safety, stand-out projects of the year and individual achievement.

We are looking for entries in rental, safety, manufacturing, jobsites and more.

Organized by KHL Group's Access, Lift & Handlers magazine, the evening promises to be a fantastic networking event and a great opportunity to recognize our industry.

Companies are invited to download the entry form and submit entries. You do not need to be nominated by a third party. If you have achieved something special in 2015/16, then enter the awards and share your experiences with your peers in the industry.

For the ALH Person of the Year, submit an entry on behalf of one of your colleagues or employees, or anyone in the industry who you think deserves special recognition.

For detailed information, the judging criteria and guidance can be found on our awards page. The deadline for submitting is JAugust 8.

Award categories include:


Access Projects of the Year

• Powered Aerial Work Platforms

• Mast Climbing Work Platforms/Transport Platforms/Hoists

Product Innovation Awards

• Telehandlers/Rough Terrain Forklifts

• Self-Propelled/Push-around AWPs (

• Self-Propelled AWPs (>20 ft platform height).

• Vehicle-mounted AWPs

Access Safety Innovation Award

Access Rental Innovation Award

Rising Star Award for Small Rental Company (less than 10 locations)

Access Industry Employer of the Year

ALH Person of the Year

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