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Top transport, logistics, supply chain operators in Malta honoured

Parliamentary Secretary José Herrera (centre), HSBC Bank Malta CEO Mark Watkinson and HSBC Bank Malta head of commercial banking Michel Cordina with winners of the TransLog Awards 2014. Also seen are Alex Borg, director SSM Group (left) and David Brockdorff, managing director BPC International (second row, left).

Parliamentary Secretary José Herrera (centre), HSBC Bank Malta CEO Mark Watkinson and HSBC Bank Malta head of commercial banking Michel Cordina with winners of the TransLog Awards 2014. Also seen are Alex Borg, director SSM Group (left) and David Brockdorff, managing director BPC International (second row, left).

Noel Ellul, an expert in transport and logistics in Malta with a career spanning over 40 years, was awarded the ‘Outstanding Achievement of the Year’ honour at the first TransLog Awards to be held.

Key transport, logistics and supply chain stakeholders operating in Malta were recognised with awards in 12 different categories at the TransLog Awards presentation ceremony held at the Intercontinental Hotel.

Organised by Support and Supply Management Group (SSM) and marketing communications agency BPC International, and supported by HSBC Bank Malta, the TransLog Awards attracted nominations from both Maltese and regional businesses operating in Malta.

Award winners in other categories were VJ Salomone Marketing – Logistics and Supply Chain Manager of the Year; Falcotrans – Transport Manager of the Year; Aurobindo – Best Importer/Exporter with Emerging Markets; Sullivan Maritime – Best Shipping Agent of the Year; Maltapost – Best Express Courier of the Year; Emirates SkyCargo – Best Cargo Operator of the Year as well as Corporate Social Responsibility of the Year; Express Trailers – Best Freight Forwarder of the Year and Best Warehouse Facilities of the Year.

HandsOn scooped the award for the Best Technology Solution Provider of the Year and Caroline Chircop won the Young Achiever of the Year award.

The organising committee also gave special mentions to Liquigas Malta and Cyber Pass for having made significant contributions in their respective fields.

Nominations were judged by a panel of transport and logistics practitioners, academics and business leaders.

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