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Deadline for MHEA Excellence Awards approaches

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The entry deadline for the second Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA) Excellence Awards comes at the end of this month with categories including Innovation, Apprentice of the Year, Project of the Year, and Supplier of the Year.

Last year’s winner of Project of the Year was Midland Quarry Projects (MQP) for relocating the 1000 t Cliffe Hill primary crushing station as a complete assembly.

“We promoted winning this award internally among our staff and it was taken as a significant award by everyone,” said Bob Davies, MQP’s Engineering Manager. “A project of this type and complexity hadn’t been done before and our success in going so became well-known within the industry.”

Entries can be made online or via a downloadable entry pack and the deadline for submission is 31st July. Nominations can be made by MHEA member companies or individual members; members can nominate themselves or non-members for one or more of the awards.

“We want everyone to shout about their achievements over the 21 months and offer them the opportunity to be recognised for their outstanding work,” said Michael Kaye, President of the MHEA.

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