NCA 2017 - The Judges have sat

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Front row, IoC Tracey Worth, Chair Adrian Smith, Lt Col Brett Duxbury. Rear L to R Richard England / The Courier Company Cambridge, Simon Allen-Brooks / Antalis, Sean McGrae / Tarmac, Justin Moore / CitySprint, Rob Berringer / GSG, Rob Scott / GLH, Patricia Santos / City and Guilds, Dean Mansell / Briggs. Front row, IoC Tracey Worth, Chair Adrian Smith, Lt Col Brett Duxbury. Rear L to R Richard England / The Courier Company Cambridge, Simon Allen-Brooks / Antalis, Sean McGrae / Tarmac, Justin Moore / CitySprint, Rob Berringer / GSG, Rob Scott / GLH, Patricia Santos / City and Guilds, Dean Mansell / Briggs.

Judges have made the secret decisions for the National Courier Awards.

It was time to read a compendium of ten thousand words of excellence in the most detailed nominations in the 21 year history of the National Courier Awards.

Votes have been taken and the silver C courier awards are waiting for the best of the best in the express courier sector. President's nominations include a services to industry winner for the 21st National courier awards 2017 and there is also a win nominated for Step Change in the sector. Military nominations for logistics in regular, reserve and private sector are set to recognise deliveries in austere locations under pressure. While the winners are a secret, it will be no surprise to expect a standing ovation for the excellence to be recognised in military logistics by the private sector of express and courier.

Two wheel, four wheel and contract categories were again of exceptional quality this year. Presidential awards will include corporate safety, road safety, client collaboration and consolidation aligned to LoCity clean air. A top apprentice is expected to be recognised and senior academics from around the UK will be on stage to make the award. Highest award of services to industry is tipped to be delivered in 2017 for the twenty-first year of the awards.

IoC President Viscount, Lord Falkland will open the gala event on Oct 17th, Honorary Fellow, Traffic Commissioner Sarah Bell will be on hand to help dish out the silver C courier awards alongside key industry VIPs, including the livery masters of the Carmen and Information Technologists.

 

 

Adrian Smith, Chair of the Judging Panel, commented...

The National Courier Awards are a unique opportunity to enhance the sector, a very special event to recognise the best of the best in courier and express final mile. 2017 was the biggest group of nominations in the twenty one year history of the awards, every short-listed nomination at this level is a winner to be on the vote sheet today. When the votes of the panel are counted the very best of the best will be taking home the silver c courier awards on Oct 17th. I urge you to be sure of your diary and be at the event representing our sector.

National Courier Awards nominations were tightly contested across all categories, Military nominations for logistics in regular, reserve and private sector are set to recognise deliveries in austere locations under pressure, two wheel, four wheel and contract categories were of exceptional quality this year. The office category has seen an exceptional set of nominations. Presidential awards will include education, corporate safety, team award, electric consolidation, customer services and message to the public.  A top apprentice is expected to be recognised and senior academics from across the UK are expected on stage to recognise the graduate management winner. Highest award of services to industry is tipped to be delivered in 2017 for the twenty-first year of the awards.

IoC President Viscount, Lord Falkland will open the gala event on Oct 17th, Honorary Fellow, Traffic Commissioner Sarah Bell will be on hand to help dish out the silver C courier awards alongside key industry VIPs; It's in the diary of Minister John Hayes, Livery Masters of the Carmen and Information Technologists are also confirmed.

National Courier Awards - celebrating 21 years.  The twenty-first year party is expected to be a bumper event, celebrating best of the best front line express from consolidation to fuel, compliance and customer service in final mile. Fellows in hoods will talk shop and network alongside members and colleagues of a sector with exploding numbers. The awards return again to the IoD in Pall Mall with IoC president, Viscount, Lord Falkland. 2017 will be the twenty-first birthday of the awards.

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