With less than 30 days remaining to submit nominations for The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (UK) Annual Awards for Excellence 2005, UK transport and logistics professionals need to hurry to showcase their individual and corporate talents and achievements and be in with a chance to win one of the twelve categories.

Judged by leading professionals and academic figures, these prestigious awards recognise outstanding contributions within the sector and organisations have until 31st May to grasp the opportunity to secure the coveted Information Management Award sponsored by O2.

The winning entry of this years Information Award will have highlighted a significant development in information technology or management that gives organisational, supply-chain and / or other business benefits. Entries will be judged with particular regard to how the demonstrated innovation enhances the business process and to the creative use of effective user interfaces for all involved.

The award winners will be announced at this years awards ceremony on 20th October at the prestigious London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square. Known as the Oscars of the logistics and transport sector, over 400 guests are expected to attend the gala dinner, where finalists will be able to share their success with friends, colleagues, customers and suppliers and selected media.

Commenting on the Awards, CILT(UK) chief executive, Geoff Newton, said: Open to all - from individuals to organisations of all sizes working in all areas of logistics and transport these coveted awards ensure that all those associated with the sector are given the opportunity of being recognised and rewarded for their continued endeavours.

Finalists will have demonstrated their significant accomplishments of a wide spectrum of talents, capabilities and achievements along with the highest standards of professional excellence and the winners can rightly be called the best of the best.

Further information is available on the Institutes Web site:

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