The Logistics Awards 2024 are open for entries


Logistics UK’s Logistics Awards 2024 are now open for entries. Now in their eighth year, the Awards reward companies and individuals who embody the logistics industry’s skills, expertise, and’ can-do’ spirit.

The deadline for submissions is 12 July 2024. Winners will be announced at a glittering awards reception and celebratory gala dinner held at the Park Plaza Hotel overlooking the River Thames in London on 12 December 2024.

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The Logistics Awards are organised for the industry by the industry and feature award categories covering road, rail, sea and air with entries from operators, manufacturers, logistics and supporting industries.

Logistics UK CEO David Wells OBE said: “The sector continues to innovate and enable businesses across the economy to thrive, and we are proud that our awards champion the outstanding commitment, knowledge and expertise of individuals who work in our industry. It’s a fantastic event, and it would be even better if you were nominated for an award, so I urge everyone to submit their submissions. Experts judge the awards from across the industry, so to be shortlisted is impressive, and winning is a real achievement.”

Logistics UK is one of the UK’s leading business groups, representing logistics businesses that are vital to keeping the UK trading. More than seven million people are directly employed in the making, selling, and moving of goods.

With decarbonisation, Brexit, new technology and other disruptive forces driving change in the way goods move across borders and through the supply chain, logistics has never been more important to UK plc.

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Logistics UK supports, shapes and stands up for safe and efficient logistics and is the only business group which represents the whole industry, with members from the road, rail, sea and air industries, as well as the buyers of freight services such as retailers and manufacturers whose businesses depend on the efficient movement of goods.