Neptunus scooped the award in one of the most fiercely contested categories for their role at ‘Live Events’ last year including The National Eisteddfod of Wales and Tomorrowland in Belgium, one of the world’s largest and most renowned electronic music dance festivals.
2017 was Neptunus’ 80th anniversary and to mark the occasion the company launched an innovative new structure, The Salacia. The circular Salacia was designed especially for Tomorrowland after the festival’s organisers challenged Neptunus to come up with a new and dynamic creation for their event.
The innovative structure was a key element of Neptunus’ Event Production Award entry which saw the company beat off opposition from eight other industry rivals to take the prestigious title in London on Wednesday 28 February.
April Trasler, Managing Director of Northamptonshire-based Neptunus, who received the award on behalf of the company, said afterwards, “We are really thrilled to be named Best Temporary Structure Supplier in recognition of our performance at live events last year at a time when we were celebrating our 80th anniversary.
“Awards such as this recognise the efforts of everyone at Neptunus while our new Salacia structure also demonstrates just how creative our design team are. They are constantly coming up with really innovative bespoke solutions for our customers, pushing the boundaries to ensure that our customers’ visions can be turned into reality – and this is so important to enable us to keep ahead in such a competitive industry.”
Founded 80 years ago, Neptunus remains a family-run business known for the creativity and innovation of its temporary structures. With a head office in The Netherlands and divisions in the UK, Belgium, Germany, France, Poland and Austria, Neptunus has a proven track record in the design, manufacture and delivery of all types of temporary buildings.
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