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Nominations are now open for the Postal and Parcel Technology International Awards 2017

Please make your nominations on this electronic form for each category winner and complete your details below.

If you would like to provide supporting documents or attachments for any nomination then please email this directly to ben.sampson@ukimediaevents.com


Please note your personal details will not be transmitted to any third party nor will any details of your nominations be made known.

Deadline for nominations is Friday 7 July 2017.

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