Carmen seek awards nominations

Published:  10 September, 2015

One of the longest established bodies in the world of transport, The Worshipful Company of Carmen, is seeking nominations for its annual Carmen Transport Awards.

The leading City of London livery company has been serving the City of London for five centuries. As an integral part of their annual activities, each year the Carmen look at the world of transport and honour the best in industry, the armed forces, education and individual enterprise.

The Carmen Transport Awards highlight transport excellence and achievement, with trophies, medals and citations across a wide range of categories. These Annual Awards are presented annually at Mansion House by the Right Honourable Lord Mayor of London.

Among the 2014 Carmen Awards winners were The Mercedes F1 Team, DPD UK and Port of Tilbury, gaining recognition in award categories covering innovation, achievement and discovery; safety and sustainability; research, design and knowledge enhancement; military leadership, service and learning.

A special committee, helped by expert outside advisors, vets every submission. Only the best get through and awards are only given when the criteria are met in full. The awards have specific objectives: to honour individual or collective excellence and to encourage development; to recognise the exceptional and to reward outstanding endeavour; to highlight exemplary conduct and to set examples.

If you would like to nominate your organisation for one of this year's Carmen Transport Awards, visit to download full information and an application form.

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