HMC Nominated “Enterprise of the Year 2013”

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Wednesday, October 30, 2013
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HMC is nominated for the title “Enterprise of the Year 2013.” HMC is a heavy transport engineering company within The Netherlands and acts worldwide.

For over 25 years, “the Enterprise of the Year” award is one of the highest achievements in the municipality of Almere in The Netherlands. The jury, chaired by Ben Scholten, Municipal executive for Economic Development and Culture will announce the winner on January 2, 2014. This will happen in traditional way during the New Years Reception. The winning company may record a corporate film in which they can demonstrate the activities and projects of their company. The winner of the award is also automatically nominated for “Best Leading Company of Flevoland”.

The award recognizes those achieving the greatest impact while demonstrating excellence in all aspects of their company, from innovative ideas, their focus to grow and their sustainability. HMC is always looking for new innovations, creative solutions and encourages education to improve technical knowledge. HMC is working together with various educational institute and universities worldwide like the Korean Maritime and Ocean University (KMOU) in South-Korea, the ROC Flevoland and the Berechja Nautical College in The Netherlands.

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  • Photo: HMC

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