2020 Award Winners

A big thanks to Fiona Knight for her organisation and effort that she puts into the National Awards.

MITO Scholarship – Jodi McNamara, HW Richardson Group
Presented by Janet Lane, CEO of MITO and accompanied Grant Arlidge​ from HW Richardson Group

Award prize: $1,000 towards further study or professional development plus a framed certificate (MITO with CILT logo).

CILT UK Diploma – Top Student – James Dyason, Prepack
Presented by Walter and Tessa Glass, Logistics Training Group

Award prize: $500 as a contribution to the winner’s professional development.

CILT Communications award – Chris Dann, Anthony Harper
Award accepted (in Chris Dann’s absence) by CILT member Chris Gunn
Presented by Keith Robinson, CILT NZ President
CILT Communications award – Chris Dann, Anthony Harper
Presented by Kris Lancaster, CILT Southern Section Immediate Past Chair

Award prize: A wooden trophy, to be held for one year, and a certificate to record the accomplishment.

Rising Star – Young employee of the year – Bradley Rose (Runner up), Foodstuffs South Island
Presented by Isabella Bennich-Wolter (2019 Winner)

Young Achiever of the year – Josh Bates, Crown Equipment
Presented by John Mullins, Foodstuffs South Island

Award prize: A grant of up to $2,500, or in kind, to be used for training and development and a Certificate.

The Sir Bob Owens Award – John Mullins, Foodstuffs South Island
Presented by Keith Robinson, CILT NZ President

The Award will be in the form of a trophy to be held for a year plus a framed certificate.

Sam Vye and Cam Baker of Environment & Conservation Technologies,
winners of the Dexion Award for Excellence and Innovation
Sidney Nasson, service line leader transport planning at WSP Auckland,
and Nerissa Harrison, principal transport planner and team leader at WSP
Auckland, accept the award for runner-up in the Young Achiever of the
Year on behalf of Shifani Sood
Abley’s Colin MacArthur with Nicolas Adams, winner of the award for outstanding research achievement for a master’s dissertation or thesis.
David Kriel and Dylan Turnbull from Port of Napier, winners of the Safety
Made Simple Award, with CILT president and award sponsor Keith Robinson
Kevin Bird from C3 with Rising Star Young Employee of the Year Megan Crow