IAPA awards judges announced

21 November 2014

The judging panel for the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) 2015 has been revealed.

It boasts a great line up again this year of access industry experts with longstanding experience.

The prestigious ceremony, now in its seventh year, will be held on the same day as the IPAF Summit at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, near Washington, DC, USA on 26 March.

There are 13 award categories, ranging from new products and innovations to safety and training. You can be certain to find one or more to suit you or your company. Take a look at the event website for category information, entry forms and sponsorship opportunities: www.iapa-summit.info

IAPA 2015 judges:

  • Alan Dotts; sales manager - special products at Toyota Material Handling in the USA.
  • Alastair Robertson; owner and president of Universal Equipment in the USA.
  • Alexandre Saubot; chief operating officer of France-based Haulotte Group.
  • Chris Wraith; technical and safety executive at the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF).

  • Daniel Duclos; owner and chairman of France-based manufacturer ATN.
  • Søren Rosenkrands; chief operations officer at Netherlands-based rental company Riwal.
  • Non-voting chairman of the judges: Euan Youdale, editor, Access International

Jointly organised by KHL’s Access International and the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF), the IAPAs celebrate best practice and excellence in the powered access industry, attracting audiences of around 450 each year.

The judges are completely impartial and will make their decisions based on the merit of each entry. Judges are excluded from entering their company or themselves for any awards.

Companies and individuals can enter themselves or nominate others. They can submit entries for more than one award, and more than one entry per category, should they wish. There is no charge for entering. Awards are for activities undertaken and for products launched in 2014. The deadline for entries is 19 December 2014.

CLICK HERE to enter the awards.

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