SICK recognised for ‘best infrastructure innovation’ at Mercury Awards 2018

SICK Australia, a subsidiary of Germany’s leading manufacturer of safety systems and automatic identification products, was awarded the ‘Best Infrastructure Innovation’ at the Mercury Awards 2018, held in Melbourne on May 12.

Held in partnership with MEGATRANS 2018, Mercury Awards celebrated outstanding achievement in the logistics and supply chain sector.

The evening presented an opportunity to applaud and recognise the highest standards throughout the profession and has been hailed as the networking event of the year for those involved in logistics and the supply chain industry.

Kings Transport, PTV Group, Omni Group, Allotrac, Roy Hill Iron Ore, Cordstrap Cargo Restraint Systems Pty Ltd, Lendlease, and BHD Storage Solutions also won awards in their respective categories. Peter Hart, ARTSA’s chairman, was the winner of ‘Contribution to Industry’ award, sponsored by the Victorian Government.

Commenting on the success of the evening, John Murphy, managing director, Prime Creative Media congratulated the winners. “We hope that the awards you received tonight allow you to not only raise the profile of individuals and organisations, but also the profile of the logistics, supply chain and materials handling sector,” he said.

The evening was hosted by Livinia Nixon, television presenter and actress and current Channel Nine presenter. The awards were sponsored by the Victorian Government, Port of Melbourne, SICK, Port of Melbourne and SEW-EURODRIVE.