2019 Judging panel includes:
The Shipper of the Year Award and the Young Logistics Professional of the Year – are voted for by a panel of judges.
Daniel MacGregor, Co-founder, Nexiot has over 20 years’ experience in applying technology to business needs. After working at the EmbeddedLab at ETH Zurich, Daniel went on to create and build the multi-million Swiss IoT and AI company, Nexiot from scratch. Nexiot delivers an E2E logistics solution to enable real-time fleet monitoring, predictive maintenance, BCO services and improved asset utilisation for rail freight, intermodal and tank container logistics
Peter Ward, CEO, UK Warehousing Association has over 30 years’ experience in international transportation, logistics and supply chain management with some of the world’s leading logistics providers. Most recently Peter was Director Europe of P&O Nedlloyd Logistics, and Commercial Director at DP World London Gateway prior to joining UKWA as Chief Executive in January 2015.
Robert Jervis, Portfolio Director of Multimodal has been organising transport and logistics events since 1988! As Event Director at Cargo Systems, and later at Informa, Robert has organised the UK, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Holland, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Hungary, The Czech Republic, Italy, Turkey, South Africa, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, the US, Mexico, Panama and Chile.
Robert launched Multimodal in 2008 to serve the needs of the UK shipper and logistics markets
Stavros Evangelakakis was elected Chairman of the Board of the CCA and joined Cargolux in 1989 where he since has worked in various positions such as reservations, sales, marketing and cooperate marketing, before he went back in sales. He is a member and driving force of the ‘Keep Cool’ team and is heavily involved promoting Cargolux’ name transporting Temperature sensitive commodities together with this team of specialists. Cargolux offers tailor-made air-freight services for the perishables, live stock as well as pharmaceutical and bio-chemical industries. Cargolux now offers its customers the right tool to comply with their cool logistics needs throughout the network. Their Boeing 747 aircraft offer adjustable temperature controlled zones (4 to 29°C) and the facilities at the hub in LUX include sophisticated systems for handling perishable cargo, including at sub-zero temperatures. A partnership has been concluded with Envirotainer for the use of containers designed for the air transportation of temperature-sensitive goods such as vaccines, blood plasma or biological products. Cargolux also uses its own !eet of self-contained temperature-controlled containers, capable of reliably transporting goods at set temperatures between -20°C and +20°C. In 2003 Cargolux joined the Cool Chain Association which strives to implement leading technologies in the interest of performance, safety and customer satisfaction.