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Do you know someone who is deserving of recognition?

August 15, 2022  By Don Horne

We’re doing it again: recognizing the Top 10 Under 40 individuals in the nation’s crane and hoist industry – but we need your help.

Crane & Hoist Canada’s Top 10 Under 40 program recognizes 10 outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions to the industry before their 40th birthdays. But the window to nominate is closing fast!

To nominate an individual, fill out this form.


Here are the guidelines:

  • Nominees must be younger than 40 before Dec. 31, 2022
  • Nominees must either be working in Canada or be Canadian citizens working outside the country
  • Nominations are due by September 30th, 2022

Check out these Top 10 finalists from last year:


Who can nominate someone? Nominators can include advisors, supervisors, coworkers or colleagues familiar with the nominee’s work and character.

What type of information should be included about the nominee? Potential information to submit about the nominee can include (but is not exclusive to): projects or initiatives the individual is or has been involved in; results from past projects; day-to-day job responsibilities; workplace initiatives outside of regular job duties; and community involvement. The profiles written on the winners will be based on this information, so please be specific!

Is a secondary reference for the nominee required? No. However, the nomination form includes fields for a secondary reference – it’s helpful, but not mandatory.

What do winners get? All nominees that are selected for Crane & Hoist Canada‘s Top 10 Under 40 program will receive a framed certificate recognizing their achievement and will be featured in the November/December 2022 issue.

Photos. We also require at least two high resolution photos of the nominee. This can be as simple as snapping some interesting photos on your smartphone.

Apply today. Go to our nomination form to start the application process today. Have questions? Contact interim editor Donald Horne at

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