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Submissions open for Supply Chain Awards

12-05-2014
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Submissions are now open for the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (NSW, VIC and QLD divisions) Awards programs.

The state awards are feeders into the prestigious Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards each year.

There will be five award categories for nominations for each state.

Categories include:

Future Leaders Award

To provide incentive and recognition to young professionals working in the Transport, Supply Chain and Logistics Industry.
Industry Excellence Award

To recognise and acknowledge the outstanding achievements and contribution by an individual currently working within the Transport, Supply Chain and Logistics Industry. Supply Chain Management Award

To encourage and acknowledge the outstanding achievement of an organisation that has demonstrated significant achievement in managing the integration of Supply Chains.

Training, Education & Development Award

To be presented to the company or institution that best demonstrates a significant achievement in aspects such as recruitment process, training, HR systems, formal education and development programs, which is relevant to and promotes the Supply Chain and Logistics Industry.

Environmental Excellence Award

To recognise corporate leadership contributing to the solution of environmental sustainability within the supply chain industry.

For a copy of the 2014 NSW, VIC or QLD SCL Award criteria and submission forms contact secretary@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 must be lodged by Friday, July 11.

The 2014 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on November 27.

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