QLD Transport & Logistics Award finalists


The finalists have been announced for the 2010 Queensland T&L Industry Development Awards.

The awards have been 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 (The Society for Supply Chain Professionals).

These awards provide incentives and recognition for individuals working in Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics industries that are planning a career path within the industry.

The winners will be announced at the 2010 QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference dinner on Thursday, August 26 at the Sofitel Brisbane.

Finalists include:

QLD T&L Industry Futures Award (sponsored by Strategix Training Group)

For the company, institution or organisation with the best proven record in providing people with an entry to, and pathway in, the Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics industries.

J.J. Richards and Sons, Tarong Energy and Polar Fresh Cold Chain Services.

QLD T&L Experience Pays Award (sponsored by the Transport and Logistics Workforce Advisory Group (TLWAG):

John Edwards
Managing Consultant
ProcureNet QLD

Chris Mangan
Chairman – Project Steering Committee
Transport & Logistics - Skills Formation Strategy

Frank Munnich
Logistics Supervisor
Rockhampton Regional Council

Cris Roy
Warehouse Manager
BCR Australia

Lindsay Sinclair
Branch Manager Bundaberg
NQX Freight System

Steve Wyborn
General Manager
Sarina Russo

Queensland T&L Future Leaders Award (sponsored by Dept of Transport and Main Roads):

Daniel Clarke
Pick Up and Delivery Supervisor
NQX Freight System

Ricky Liddle
Casual Stevedore
DP World

Cassandra Parisotto
Training Compliance Adviser
QR National

Bree Pitcher
Procurement Officer
Tarong Energy

Ashley Stephens
Shift Manager - Outbound
Polar Fresh Cold Chain Services

Bobby Woodman
Dayshift Supervisor
Salad Fresh

The T&L Awards is the QLD feeder program for the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards to held in Sydney on October 28.

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