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Exciting News that needs to be shouted!! - 18th Oct 2013

The CILT Awards (The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in New Zealand Inc.) were held last night in Auckland.
These awards recognise the best safety, security or environmental innovation in supply chain management, logistics and/or transport during the period from 1st July to 30th June.
This Award recognises a cost effective innovation in safety devices, systems, procedures and regulations including care of the environment and bio-security in any aspect of the New Zealand logistics, transport or supply chain sectors involving the movement of people and freight.
The work which results in the Award should involve a substantial level of innovation and change that has enhanced significantly the operations and success of the individuals or of their organizations involvement in the sector or to safety and/or security during the movement of people and freight.
We are extremely proud to let you know that Sam Stanley from NFA Holdings Ltd, Dunedin was presented with this award last night for his innovative visual concept in Safety Latches.
A simple but ingenious system that allows the log cargo handler to wrap the wire lifting strops around the heave (bunch of logs) and then hook onto the lifting monkey allowing the cargo handler to walk away without holding the wires in place as the weight comes on the crane.
Previously the handlers had to hold the wires as the weight came on causing fingers to be squashed or dismembered – this is a not just a local Health and Safety issue but an international problem that was causing serious harm incidents weekly.
NFA Holdings Ltd in conjunction with Site Weld NZ Ltd initiated Sam’s concept and produced a high quality Safety Latch that is now rolling out around the country, currently being used in Dunedin, Bluff, Tauranga and Gisborne.
We are really stoked to be part of your success and thank you for letting us be your first port of call for all your engineering needs now and in the future.
Congratulations Sam!!!

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