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Cranes & Access

The Resources Group
Canute
Professional Lorry Loader Training
Further Growth for ALLMI

ALLMI has recently reported yet another period of significant growth and progress.  With further uptake of its highly sought-after membership, record levels of training activity and development on a number of project-related fronts, the 2016/17 financial year was a huge success for ALLMI and these trends show no signs of slowing.

ALLMI CEO, Tom Wakefield, comments “We’re extremely pleased with the results of the 2016/17 financial year and those experienced in recent months, as well as the level of positive and high-profile activity we’ve been engaged in during that period.  Demand has risen for all of our lifting team related training courses, and an increasing number of companies are recognising the value of being part of ALLMI’s ever-expanding membership.”

ALLMI Chairman, Mark Rigby, adds “During this period, as well as meeting the needs and demands of our continual growth, we have taken significant steps forward in a number of areas, from strengthening our position in the construction sector by way of Build UK membership and CSCS approval, through to the development of guidance documents and standards on a raft of issues affecting lorry loaders.  We’ve also made excellent progress on the ALLMI smartphone App, as well as a host of other IT related projects that will benefit members and training providers, and will come to fruition in 2017.  In addition, we’ve seen new faces on the ALLMI Board and have further developed the Association’s Committee structure, all of which helps to improve the flow of information and expertise coming from within the membership, standing us in good stead going forward.”     

He continues “We feel that ALLMI’s impact and influence on the industry is greater than it’s ever been and we would encourage stakeholders to contact us, should they be interested in training or membership, or require general assistance with lorry loader related matters."