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Submissions open for QLD supply chain awards

31-08-2010
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Submissions are now open for the sixth annual Queensland Supply Chain & Logistics Awards program.

Organised by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, Queensland Division, in conjunction with All Purpose Transport, apicsAU, Closed Loop Environmental Services, Energex Limited and Transpacific Industries Group, the winners will be announced on August 29.

The Awards ceremony will be held during the 14th annual Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference, at the Sofitel Hotel.

Awards include:

Queensland Future Leaders Award

Sponsored by All Purpose Transport

Queensland Industry Excellence Award

Sponsored by Energex Limited

Queensland Supply Chain Management Award

Sponsored by Transpacific Industries Group

Queensland Training, Education & Development Award

Sponsored by apicsAU

Queensland Environmental Excellence Award

Sponsored by Closed Loop Environmental Services

For a copy of the 2013 Queensland SCL Award criteria and submission forms contact: qld@sclaa.com.au or Ph: 1300 364 160 or visit www.sclaa.com.au.

Nominees do not have to be members of the SCLAA to be eligible for entry.

Submissions are due by Friday, July 11.

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