Submissions open for transport and logistics awards


Submissions are now open for the third annual QLD Transport and Logistics Industry Development Awards.

Major awards include:

T&L Industry Futures Award, sponsored by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

This award is presented to 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.

T&L Future Leaders Award, sponsored by Strategix Training Group.

This is designed to provide incentive and recognition for individuals working in Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics industries who are planning a career path within the industry.

T&L Experience Pays Award, sponsored by the Transport and Logistics Workforce Advisory Group.

This award provides incentive and recognition for mature-age individuals working in the Transport, Supply Chain and Logistics industries.

Winners will be announced on Thursday, August 26, during the QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference.

For a copy of the 2010 T&L Award criteria or submission forms contact: or phone the Supply Chain and Logistics Association: 1300 364 160.

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