The Seahorse Freight Association Journalist Awards 2023, which celebrate outstanding achievements in transportation and logistics journalism, are open for nominations with new a Multimedia Award.

Seahorse Freight Association  is now accepting award entries for the Seahorse Journalist Award 2023, following the successful relaunch of the diary event in 2022.

The awards are dedicated to recognising and celebrating the committed professionals who provide insightful coverage, analysis, and commentary on supply chain matters.

This year, the awards will include a new category, the Multimedia Journalist of the Year Award, in addition to the ten other judged awards categories and two nominated categories.

The Multimedia award will recognise journalists who have embraced the changing media landscape by delivering compelling stories, investigations, or analyses through various multimedia channels, including podcasts, videos, and interactive web content.

“This addition reflects the evolving nature of journalism and its crucial role in keeping the supply chain industry informed and engaged,” said Emma Murray, Chairman, Seahorse Freight Association.

The Seahorse Awards are supported by headline sponsor AAL Shipping, with categories sponsored by the TT Club, ABS, Lloyd’s Register, Nautilus International, and entertainment sponsored by Awery Aviation Software.

The judged awards categories include Air Cargo, Overland, Maritime, Technology, Multipurpose, Supply Chain and Multimedia journalist of the year, as well as Journalist of the Year, News and Feature Journalist of the Year, and Rising Star of the Year.

Winners of the judged awards will receive cash prizes and be presented with a trophy during the event.

There will be two nominated awards for Personality of the Year and Lifetime Achievement.

The judging panel comprises 11 experts from across the supply chain, journalism, and PR sectors, bringing extensive expertise and credibility to the awards programme.

“The Seahorse Freight Association Journalist Awards stand as a testament to the enduring impact of journalism on our industry’s growth and transformation, highlighting its invaluable role in keeping the supply chain community informed and engaged,” said Annie Roberts, Divisional Director – International Logistics, DVV Media International and Vice-Chair, Seahorse Freight Association.

Journalists, reporters, and media organisations passionate about supply chain journalism are encouraged to submit their work and be part of this prestigious celebration of excellence.