2011 ASCL Award dinner bookings now open


Tickets are now available for the 2011 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards evening to be held at the Burswood Entertainment Complex, Perth, on November 11.

The Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards are the most recognised and esteemed awards for a company, or an individual, to be awarded.

It is the longest running national awards program, serving the industry for more than 50 years.

The Awards evening and dinner is supported by Loscam, SupplyChain Review, Automotive Holdings Group Limited, AMCAP, APC Storage, CEVA Logistics, Curtin University, Dematic, Rand, Strategix Training Group, VisiPro, COVS, KTM Sports Motorcycles, RMIT University, Schenker, Subaru, Supply Chain Services Australia, Toyota Autoparts and Toyota Materials Handling.

For further information and bookings contact: or 1300 364 160.

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