NCA 2018

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The Judges have sat

The Judges have delivered their verdicts for NCA 2018

IoC National Courier Awards

IoC National Courier Awards

The 23rd National Courier Awards will be held at the IoD, Pall Mall, London SW1 on Tuesday October 15th 2019.

John Hayes has set his diary for Oct 15th 2019 to join the IoC at the National Courier Awards 2019.

2018 was a double-diary date with a round table heads of industry on the same afternoon at the IoD focusing on the 'Doing the right thing' pledge and the journey toward a code of practice for the Express final mile sector.

A golden gown was awarded for services to industry in the 22nd year of the National Courier Awards.

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Adrian Smith, Swift Logistics, returned to the post of chair of judges for 2018. The four key categories remain, two wheels, four wheels, contract and office. The gala evening event was Oct 9th 2018 at the Institute of Directors, London SW1

NCA Logo Blue 256The National Courier Awards recognise the best of the best in the courier industry - from wheels to office, contract and military. A gala evening celebrating excellence from courier companies large and small, regional and national footprint alongside each other in a unique network of all things courier.

 The 23rd National Courier Awards will be held at the IoD, Pall Mall, London SW1 on Tuesday October 15th 2019.

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The Master Carmen elect, Cmdr Robin Bawtree joins the Minister Norman Baker.

The magnitude of the responsibility involved in the safe and secure escort of the nation's classified postal material cannot be overstated and to be involved in the Postal and Courier specialisation for almost 50 years (and counting) is nothing short of remarkable.

 

Reception of the sold out 2013 National Courier Awards at the Institute of Directors in London was awash with gossip of Royal Mail privatisation as friends and colleagues, regional and national networked on a year's adventures in the business of logistics. There was no doubt 2013 saw the attendance of more courier companies from more regions, large and small than have ever been in one room before.

 

Richard Howard FIoC (seated) chaired the panel at the offices of the Carmen livery in the City of London. Judges line up from left Tracey Worth Co-ordinator, Len Rainford FFIoC Sameday UK, Justin Moore FIoc CitySprint, Greg Hoy FIoC Excel Couriers, David Brown Prestige Couriers, Chris Hodder BMF Political Advisor, Rob Scott FIoC GLH, Mick Davies EARS and Carl Lomas MBE IoC.

Judges of the National Courier Awards 2012 have voted.

Shortlisters for 2012 walked into the National Courier Awards laden with bottles of bubbles for a celebration of the best of the best.

 

With the Minister Mike Penning (centre front) Lord Falkland, Tracey Worth and Ian Mutch. Judges for this year are led by Richard Howard FIoC Rush Couriers, Chairman of the judging panel, Mick Davies Ears Communications, Chris Hodder BMF, David Brown Prestige Couriers, Neil Michaeloudis FIoC GLH, Len Rainford FFIoC Sameday UK, Jeffrey Ritterband FFIoC Lewis Day Transport, Justin Moore CitySprint, Greg Hoy FIoC Excel Couriers and Carl Lomas MBE.

 The fifteenth National Courier Awards with the Minister for Transport Mike Penning, delighted to show government support for the Courier Industry with a heartfelt speech of motorbikes and HGV licenses that touched the heart of the logistics audience.

 

Dee Barratt-Davies Ears Plc and Viscount Falkland with some of the short-listed nominees.

Short-listers laden with Champagne

Chairmen of the judges Marc Chauveau provided bubbles for the 2008 short-lister photograph of the National Courier Awards. Pink Express race bike squeezed the edge of frame to get a best of the best image that displayed the most professional image of the same day courier industry.

 

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