QLD supply chain award finalists


More than 350 people attended the recent Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference dinner where the SCL Award winners were announced.

The supply chain awards were developed by the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia, Qld Division, in conjunction with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, Strategix Training Group, the Transport and Logistics Workforce Advisory Group and apics.

Award winners included:

2011 Queensland Supply Chain Management Award
Salad Fresh.

2011 Queensland Environmental Excellence Award
The Waste Contractors and Recyclers Association of Queensland (WCRAQ).

2011 Queensland Training, Education and Development Award
Women Take the Wheel – Department of Transport and Main Roads Alliance.

2011 Queensland Industry Excellence Award
Rick Ralph who played a key role in helping Brisbane get back to business after the flood crisis.

2011 Queensland Future Leaders Award
Nikki Hasicevic, an employee of Snap Fresh (a division of Qantas Catering). Nikki was recognised as a natural leader and mentor.

The QLD SCL Awards is the state feeder program for the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards to be held at the Burswood Entertainment Complex, Perth on November 11.

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