The Maritime Standard on Wednesday (17 May) said it was launching a call for entries to its special 10th anniversary edition of The Maritime Standard Awards 2023.
An event with key decision makers from across the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent in attendance, The Maritime Standard Awards 2023 will take place at the iconic Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai on Tuesday, 7th November.
There will be around 21 different awards presented on the night, the majority of these will be selected by an eminent panel of independent judges.
Nominations are invited from companies active in shipping, ports and other segments of the maritime market in the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent.
Clive Woodbridge, Editor of The Maritime Standard, and Chairman of the judging panel, said: “We are expecting another record number of entries and, if last year is anything to go by, it will be extremely difficult to separate them. The level of quality and innovation in the region is at an all-time high and that is reflected in intense competition for all these awards.”
TMS Awards judging panel comprises of renowned experts in their fields with many years of experience in shipping, ports, shipbuilding and repair and other areas of the maritime industry. These judges are drawn from across the region and independently assess the nominations and submit marks based on predetermined criteria to ensure a transparent and fair process.
The final deadline for submissions is 11th August 2023.
Note: A full list of categories, and how to enter the nominations for The Maritime Standard Awards 2023 can be found here.
Photo credit: The Maritime Standard
Published: 18 May, 2023
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