PlantWorx Awards 2017!
Efficiency – Sponsored by Datatag
Gecko Innovations Ltd are hugely proud to have been presented the runner up prize for Efficiency at the Plantworx Innovation Awards 2017.The Plantworx Innovation Award winners were announced on the 6th April at a ceremony held at 10-11 Cartlon Terrace House in central London, the former home of Prime Minister William Gladstone.
Hosted by CEA (Construction Equipment Association)’s chief executive, Rob Oliver, 45 guests gathered to celebrate the winners of the 2017 Innovation Awards, which recognise and celebrate those innovative companies, products and services that have made a major impact in the construction equipment industry.
Judged by a panel of independent experts including journalist and engineer – Margo Cole, CPA’s training manager – Haydn Steele, Earthmovers Magazine Editor – Graham Black, Bam Nuttall’s head of innovation – Colin Evison, Leonardo’s – Dr Carol Marsh, Clancy Docwra’s head of security – Ian Elliott and Hugh Edeleanu – chairman of HE Services, the standard and volume of entries this year indicates an industry full of innovative ideas for the construction sector.
Runner Up: Gecko – TruckLoader
Plantworx said; “The Runner Up in the Efficiency Category is a relatively simple idea, but one that could make a difference on a lot of sites – particularly where space is limited or access is difficult. It is the TruckLoader skip system from Gecko, which has been designed to make muck away safer, easier and more efficient.
The skip can be landed and discharged directly into tipper trucks, RORO skips, barges or onto the floor for stockpiling, giving construction sites an alternative to traditional methods like boat skips and circular muck skips.
The innovation in the TruckLoader means that a truck on any site with a crane can be loaded without the need for secondary discharge equipment; and at any point within the reach of the crane, making it ideal for sites with restricted access”.
If you would like to know more about our efficient TRUCKLOADER system contact us now!