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Supply Chain award finalists announced

05-10-2010
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The SCLAA has announced the finalists for the 2010 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards.

They include:

Supply Chain Management Award
14 Degrees Logistics, Metcash, Nufarm Australia, Schenker Australia, Transperth and Versacold Logistics Services.
 
Training, Education & Development Award
Curtin University, “Get Into T&L” Alliance, J.J Richards and Sons, TDT Victoria, Transperth and Transport and Logistics Workforce Advisory Group.

Storage & Handling of Materials Award
Autoparts, CEVA Logistics and Metcash.

Environmental Excellence Award
CEVA Vehicle Logistics, Coca Cola Amatil, NuFarm Australia and Schenker Australia.

Information Management Award
Ceebron, CEVA Vehicle Logistics and Health Purchasing Victoria.

Manufacturing Logistics Award
Bega Cheese and 14 Degrees Logistics.

T&L Industry Excellence Award
John Edwards, Managing Consultant, ProcureNet Queensland, Chris Mangan, Chief Executive Officer, QLD Multimodal Freight Council, Neale Rogerson, National Distribution Manager, Dulux Group, Cris Roy, Warehouse Manager, BCR Australia Ltd, Jimmy Southwood, Human Resources and Development Manager, J.J. Richards & Sons and Andrew Stewart, Managing Director, Interlog.

T&L Future Leaders Award
Daniel Clarke
, Pick Up and Delivery Supervisor, NQX Freight System, Stanley Fan, Stock & Logistics Officer, 3NX TRINIX AUSTRALIA, Cassandra Parisotto, Training Compliance Adviser, QR National, Bree Pitcher, Procurement Officer, Tarong Energy, Manuel Rivera, Pluto Offshore HUC. Procurement Specialist, Woodside Energy Ltd, Desmond Roche, Commercial Analyst, Powerlink Queensland, Prarthana Shyam, National Supply Analyst, Nufarm Australia, Ashley Stephens, Shift Manager – Outbound, Polar Fresh Cold Chain Services and Marnie Tisot, Principal Project Officer, Industry Capability, Dept of Transport and Main Roads.

The winners of the 2010 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards will be announced at a gala dinner on October 28 at the Crystal Palace, Luna Park, Sydney.

The awards evening is supported by SupplyChain Review, Australia’s Best, The Dept of Transport and Main Roads, Strategix Training Group, Dematic, Loscam, VersaCold, VIC University Institute of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Bluestone Recruitment, CH2, NSW Transport and Infrastructure and SSI Schaefer.

The awards, launched more than 50 years ago, are the longest running national awards program in the industry.

Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards
Ph: 1300 364 160

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