The Talent in Logistics 2018 Awards takes place on Thursday 21st June and is the only event totally dedicated to recognising and rewarding professionals at every level of learning and development in the transport and logistics industries.

The Talent in Logistics Awards 2017 Winners.

The shortlisted award finalists (published in this supplement) include exceptional apprentices, materials handling equipment operators and LGV drivers, as well as managers, trainers, instructors, training teams and training providers, from companies of every size across the supply chain.

The talented finalists were selected by expert judges from across the industry, including representatives from BIFA (British International Freight Association), BITA (British Industrial Truck Association), CILT (Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport), FLTA (Fork Lift Truck Association), FTA (Freight Transport Association), FSDF, (Food Storage and Distribution Federation), JAUPT (Joint Approvals Unit for Periodic Training), the National Register of LGV Instructors, RHA (Road Haulage Association) and Think Logistics.

The Talent in Logistics Awards 2018 winners will be revealed during a black-tie event, at the Telford International Centre, West Midlands. Following a drinks reception and three-course meal, special guest Jeff Stelling, host of Sky Sports Gillette Soccer Saturday, will present the awards.

With after-dinner entertainment from Queen tribute act, Flash, as seen on BBC TV, and attendees from some of the leading organisations in transport and logistics, the Talent in Logistics Awards provides an unrivalled opportunity to network with potential suppliers and customers in a fun and exciting atmosphere.

Businesses can attend with customers, demonstrating their commitment to nurturing future industry talent and appreciation of client relationships, or with valued team members, rewarding excellence and celebrating together.

At the time of going to press, a few tickets were still available for the Talent in Logistics Awards. Book at For more information, visit

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