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  • Logistec’s (LGT.A) subsidiary, Logistec Stevedoring, was named 2022 Terminal Operator of the Year at the Heavy Lift Awards ceremony held in Germany
  • The award comes at a time of global challenges in the supply chain and recognizes Logistec’s ability to respond to and anticipate customers’ needs with innovative solutions
  • The Heavy Lift Awards celebrate the achievements of the project cargo supply chain
  • Logistec Corp. provides specialized cargo handling and other services to a wide variety of marine, industrial and municipal customers
  • Logistec Corp. (LGT.A) remains unchanged, trading at C$38.12 per share at 3:21 pm ET

Logistec’s (LGT.A) subsidiary, Logistec Stevedoring, was named 2022 Terminal Operator of the Year at the Heavy Lift Awards ceremony held in Germany.

The award comes at a time of global challenges in the supply chain and recognizes Logistec’s ability to respond to and anticipate customers’ needs with innovative solutions.

Rodney Corrigan, President of Logistec Stevedoring Inc., commented on the news.

“Our team demonstrates every day an unwavering commitment to and passion for going beyond for our customers and communities. Handling oversized and heavy cargo safely and resiliently is a specialized skill. It requires teamwork and creativity while always looking out for each other. This award goes to our people who find solutions and contribute to a reliable and sustainable supply chain.”

Logistec was highly commended for Excellence in Environmental Performance. It is leading the drive to a sustainable supply chain through concrete ESG objectives, smart investments and continuous operational enhancements. It is also a founding member of Green Marine, an important North American movement that aims to reduce the industry’s environmental footprint.

The Heavy Lift Awards celebrate the achievements of the project cargo supply chain. It showcases the work of the logistics industry – from the engineering efforts behind the impressive moves and lifts to the work that puts training and safety at the forefront of this sector. The winners were announced at the Grand Elysée Hotel in Hamburg, Germany, on Thursday, September 22.

Logistec Corp. provides specialized cargo handling and other services to a wide variety of marine, industrial and municipal customers.

Logistec Corp. (LGT.A) remains unchanged, trading at C$38.12 per share at 3:21 pm ET.


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