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The Seahorse Freight Association Journalist Awards will take place on 11th December at Amazing Grace London. Pictured are the winners from last year.

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RECORD NUMBER OF ENTRIES FOR SEAHORSE JOURNALIST AWARDS AS TICKET SALES OPEN FOR CENTRAL LONDON NETWORKING CELEBRATION


Seahorse Freight Association to announce winners of annual journalism awards at 17th century Amazing Grace London venue at London Bridge

London, UK, Thursday, 16th November 2023: The Seahorse Freight Association Journalist Awards has received a record number of entries this year following the successful relaunch of the event in 2022.

More than 350 articles and podcasts have been entered from over 60 journalists for the 13 categories, which this year includes the first-ever Multimedia Journalist of the Year Award.

The new category recognises journalists who have excelled in delivering compelling stories, investigations, or analyses through the diverse range of media channels including podcasts, videos, and interactive web content.

Other categories for the Awards, which celebrate outstanding achievements in transportation and logistics journalism, include the judged awards categories: Air Cargo, Overland, Maritime, Technology, Multipurpose, and Supply Chain, as well as Journalist of the Year, News and Feature Journalist of the Year, and Rising Star of the Year.

There will also be two nominated awards for Personality of the Year and Lifetime Achievement.

“Seahorse Awards continues to go from strength to strength, bringing together industry professionals and the many talented journalists for a super networking event,” said Emma Murray, Chairman, Seahorse Freight Association and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Meantime Communications, which this year celebrates 15 years in the industry.

“It is great to see so many professions come together to celebrate the outstanding contributions of so many brilliant individuals in the industry.”

The Seahorse Awards are supported by headline sponsor AAL Shipping, with categories sponsored by the TT Club, ABS, Lloyd’s Register, Nautilus International, Multimodal, The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), Davies Turner, PSA International, Raft, OIA Global, and Glasgow Prestwick Airport, as well as entertainment sponsored by Awery Aviation Software.

“We at AAL recognise the great value of the international shipping and transport press and welcome the awards as they celebrate high quality journalism,” said John Pittalis, Head of Marketing & Communications, AAL Shipping.

“The Seahorse Awards give us the opportunity to thank the journalists personally for everything they do to drive high standards throughout the entire transport and logistics sector.”

The Awards, which have been running since 2004, closed temporarily in 2019 before relaunching last year. This year’s awards ceremony takes place on 11th December at Amazing Grace in London.

The judging panel comprises 21 experts from across the supply chain, journalism, and PR sectors, bringing vast expertise and credibility to the Awards programme.

“The Seahorse Freight Association is committed to diversity and inclusion, and this commitment is reflected in our judging panel, which has a female majority,” said Annie Roberts, Divisional Director – International Logistics, DVV Media International and Vice-Chair, Seahorse Freight Association.

“We invite journalists and industry professionals to attend and participate in this celebration honouring individuals in the supply chain, logistics, and transport media industry.”

About Seahorse Freight Association

Seahorse is a not-for-profit organisation, established in 1992, with the objective of providing a networking platform for companies in the supply chain and logistics industry to connect with the media who report on them.

We recognise and reward excellence in the reporting of the industry at our annual Awards and host events throughout the year.

We are eager to encourage the NextGen of writers and are open to ideas on how to do that.

Why not join? Contact us at seahorse@meantime.global.

About Meantime Communications

Meantime is a B2B communications, event, virtual event, design, and social media consultancy, established in 2008 and supporting companies worldwide in the supply chain, transport, tech, and fintech industries.

The Meantime team includes trained journalists and editors and delivers strategic campaigns, working closely with customers to understand outcomes, design outputs, and measure success.

Our experienced team of creative professionals never stops looking for inspiration, underpinned by our Meantime Academy training scheme, powered by the Public Relations and Communications Agency (PRCA).

We are Chartered Institute of Public Relations and PRCA members adhering to the professional Code of Conduct for both organisations, Living Wage employer (voluntary and based on true living costs), Climate Positive Workforce meaning employee carbon footprint and business travel are offset by planting trees and financing carbon reduction projects globally through Ecologi.

We embrace new ideas and develop solutions to suit all stakeholders including hosting client news portals, which include archives and plain text download features to help journalists, interactive clippings reports including reach, brand mention, and tailored metrics.


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RECORD NUMBER OF ENTRIES FOR SEAHORSE JOURNALIST AWARDS AS TICKET SALES OPEN FOR CENTRAL LONDON NETWORKING CELEBRATION

Seahorse Freight Association to announce winners of annual journalism awards at 17th century Amazing Grace London venue at London Bridge

London, UK, Thursday, 16th November 2023: The Seahorse Freight Association Journalist Awards has received a record number of entries this year following the successful relaunch of the event in 2022.

More than 350 articles and podcasts have been entered from over 60 journalists for the 13 categories, which this year includes the first-ever Multimedia Journalist of the Year Award.

The new category recognises journalists who have excelled in delivering compelling stories, investigations, or analyses through the diverse range of media channels including podcasts, videos, and interactive web content.

Other categories for the Awards, which celebrate outstanding achievements in transportation and logistics journalism, include the judged awards categories: Air Cargo, Overland, Maritime, Technology, Multipurpose, and Supply Chain, as well as Journalist of the Year, News and Feature Journalist of the Year, and Rising Star of the Year.

There will also be two nominated awards for Personality of the Year and Lifetime Achievement.

“Seahorse Awards continues to go from strength to strength, bringing together industry professionals and the many talented journalists for a super networking event,” said Emma Murray, Chairman, Seahorse Freight Association and Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Meantime Communications.

“It is great to see so many professions come together to celebrate the outstanding contributions of so many brilliant individuals in the industry.”

The Seahorse Awards are supported by headline sponsor AAL Shipping, with categories sponsored by the TT Club, ABS, Lloyd’s Register, Nautilus International, Multimodal, The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), Davies Turner, PSA International, Raft, OIA Global, and Glasgow Prestwick Airport, as well as entertainment sponsored by Awery Aviation Software.

“We at AAL recognise the great value of the international shipping and transport press and welcome the awards as they celebrate high quality journalism,” said John Pittalis, Head of Marketing & Communications, AAL Shipping.

“The Seahorse Awards give us the opportunity to thank the journalists personally for everything they do to drive high standards throughout the entire transport and logistics sector.”

The Awards, which have been running since 2004, closed temporarily in 2019 before relaunching last year. This year’s awards ceremony takes place on 11th December at Amazing Grace in London.

The judging panel comprises 21 experts from across the supply chain, journalism, and PR sectors, bringing vast expertise and credibility to the Awards programme.

“The Seahorse Freight Association is committed to diversity and inclusion, and this commitment is reflected in our judging panel, which has a female majority,” said Annie Roberts, Divisional Director – International Logistics, DVV Media International and Vice-Chair, Seahorse Freight Association.

“We invite journalists and industry professionals to attend and participate in this celebration honouring individuals in the supply chain, logistics, and transport media industry.”

For more information about the Seahorse Freight Association Journalist Awards, to enquire about remaining sponsorship opportunities, or to register your attendance, please visit seahorseclub.co.uk

About Meantime Communications

Meantime is a B2B communications, event, virtual event, design, and social media consultancy, established in 2008 and supporting companies worldwide in the supply chain, transport, tech, and fintech industries.

The Meantime team includes trained journalists and editors and delivers strategic campaigns, working closely with customers to understand outcomes, design outputs, and measure success.

Our experienced team of creative professionals never stops looking for inspiration, underpinned by our Meantime Academy training scheme, powered by the Public Relations and Communications Agency (PRCA).

We are Chartered Institute of Public Relations and PRCA members adhering to the professional Code of Conduct for both organisations, Living Wage employer (voluntary and based on true living costs), Climate Positive Workforce meaning employee carbon footprint and business travel are offset by planting trees and financing carbon reduction projects globally through Ecologi.

We embrace new ideas and develop solutions to suit all stakeholders including hosting client news portals, which include archives and plain text download features to help journalists, interactive clippings reports including reach, brand mention, and tailored metrics.