Submissions open for Supply Chain Awards


Submissions are open for the Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards – the longest running national awards program in the supply chain, logistics and transport industry.

Presented by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA), the awards will be presented at a gala dinner on Friday, November 11, at the Burswood Entertainment Complex in Perth.

Award Categories include:

• 2011 ASCL Future Leaders Award
• 2011 ASCL Storage & Handling of Materials Award
• 2011 ASCL Training, Education & Development Award
• 2011 ASCL Information Management Award
• 2011 ASCL Manufacturing Logistics Award
• 2011 ASCL Environmental Excellence Award
• 2011 ASCL Industry Excellence Award
• 2011 ASCL Supply Chain Management Award

The closing date for submissions is close of business Friday, September 16.

Nomination forms are available by emailing Gary Pearson on ph: 0433 732 296 or visit:

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