Nominations open for Supply Chain Awards


Submissions are now open for the longest running national awards program in the Australian Supply Chain industry.

The Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards have served the industry for more than 50 years.

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) will present the 2010 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards at a gala dinner on October 28 at Luna Park, Sydney.

“The Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards represent industry peer recognition of excellence. The wide range of award categories ensures there are opportunities for all businesses, institutions and individuals of any size or status from across the entire Supply Chain and Logistics spectrum,” said Vince Aisthorpe, National Awards Chairman.

The closing date for submissions is Friday, September 3.

Nomination forms are available by emailing: or Ph: 0433 732 296

Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia

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