Enter the 2022 ESTA Awards

ESTA Awards of Excellence 2022 text Entries are invited for the 2022 ESTA Awards of Excellence

It’s that time again to gather the details of your best lifting and-or transport project in Europe from the last 12 months for the 2022 ESTA Awards.

The 2022 ESTA Users’ Night and Awards will be held at the Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin in the Netherlands on Thursday 17 March.

Entries are invited for the European association of abnormal transport and mobile cranes’ (ESTA) annual event. Submit your project details for the various categories of lifting and transport jobs. The closing date for entries is 14 January 2022, so don’t delay.

Entry forms are here: https://estaeurope.eu/2022-award-entry-forms/ and submissions can be made in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish.

ESTA is inviting everyone in the industry to join them for what promises to be a special evening and to take the opportunity show the world the very best capabilities in the abnormal transport and mobile crane sectors.

Crane manufacturer Tadano is gold sponsor of the awards, with Liebherr and Sennebogen silver sponsors.

Ton Klijn, ESTA director, said, “All of the ESTA community are greatly looking forward to meeting again in person after so long. Anyone with questions – whether about sponsorship, entries or simply attending the dinner – should not hesitate to contact the ESTA office.

“We look forward to seeing as many of our friends and colleagues as possible in Noordwijk in March.”

More information about the awards, including how to buy dinner tickets, is on the ESTA website at: www.estaeurope.eu

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