Finalists of Mersey Maritime Industry Awards Announced
The finalists of the 2017 Mersey Maritime Industry Awards (MMIAs) have been announced.
The winners will be revealed at a prestigious black tie dinner that will have a Ministerial presence and promises to bring together the best of the maritime industry right across the Maritime, Logistics and Energy spectrum in the region.
The MMIAs are organised by sector representative body Mersey Maritime and the Awards recognise the excellence and diversity that exists across all sectors of the maritime industry in the North West.
Chris Shirling-Rooke, Chief Executive, Mersey Maritime, said: “The number and quality of entries for the 2017 MMIAs has risen for the third consecutive year, which will make for an exciting awards evening when the winners are announced on 9th March. The response from companies operating in the maritime and related industries here in the UK’s North West proves without doubt that ‘Liverpool is back’- the theme we have chosen for this year’s awards.“
He added: “This year we have moved the MMIAs to Liverpool Football Club, a much larger venue with a view out towards Liverpool2 - the new deep-water container terminal at the Port of Liverpool - to try and meet demand but we are still running a waiting list for places. It’s a measure of the sector’s confidence that we are once again at absolute capacity for this eagerly anticipated annual event.”
The finalists are:
Best Newcomer Award
Sponsored by Brookes Bell Group:
Complete Training Solutions
Rising Star Award
Sponsored by Liverpool John Moores University:
John-James Gallagher, Royal HaskoningDHV
Lauren Kemp, Beech Group
Matt Costello, James Fisher Marine Services
Engineering Company of the Year Award
Sponsored by RSM UK
Heap & Partners
Sponsored by Peel Ports Group
Geo Data Services
Freight and Logistics Award
Sponsored by Liverpool John Lennon Airport
156 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps
Quality Freight Group
Maritime Professional Services Award
Sponsored by Tilney
Hill Dickinson LLP
Global Reach Award 2016
Sponsored by NatWest
Micro Business of the Year
Sponsored by the Manufacturing Technology Centre
Positive Impact Award
Sponsored by Claus Walker & Partners
Liverpool Cruise Terminal
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Liverpool Seafarers Centre
The Jim Teasdale Award for Maritime Ambassador
Sponsored by Beech Group
A judges’ choice award and will be announced on the night.
SME of the Year
Sponsored by James Fisher Marine Services
Complete Training Solutions
Business of the Year
Sponsored by Stream Marine Training
Peel Ports Group
Royal Haskoning DHV
There will be a ‘Meet The Finalists’ reception for the judges and the nominees on Thursday 9th February.
The winners will be announced at a black tie Awards Dinner four weeks later on 9th March at Liverpool Football Club.
Diamond sponsors of the event are Beech Group, Liverpool John Moores University, Peel Ports Group and Stream Marine Training.