Small is beautiful for ESTA

31 October 2014

The winners of the 2014 ESTA Awards for lifting and transport at the ESTA Users Night and Awards Din

The winners of the 2014 ESTA Awards for lifting and transport at the ESTA Users Night and Awards Dinner 2014

Smaller companies are being encouraged by ESTA to show off their professionalism and skills. ESTA, the European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes, is keen for small and medium-sized lifting and transport companies to enter next year’s ESTA awards competition.

Søren Jansen, ESTA director, said, “These awards are about the very best in the industry, not necessarily the biggest, and there are very many fantastic smaller projects. Size isn’t everything and we want the whole industry to celebrate their successes together, from the biggest firm to the smallest.”

There are categories for the best crane, transport and SPMT jobs, along with ones for combined techniques, safety and innovation.

The awards will be presented at ESTA’s Users’ Night, which takes place in Paris on Thursday 23 April, during the Intermat exhibition. The evening has become established as a top event in the industry and as a showcase for the very best projects. The rapidly approaching deadline for entries is 17 January 2015.

For further information see: www.khl.com/esta

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