Supply Chain award winners announced


The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) has announced the winners of the 2010 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards.

Major award winners included:

Supply Chain Management Award

Metcash (a leading marketing and distribution company operating in the food and other fast moving consumer goods categories. Metcash is the champion of Australia’s independent grocers and the distributor of choice for the convenience store market). 

Training, Education & Development Award

J.J. Richards & Sons (a company committed to providing entry-level opportunities along with career pathways into the supply chain profession).

Storage & Handling of Materials Award

Autoparts (a Toyota parts and accessories arm in WA)

Environmental Excellence Award

Coca-Cola Amatil (New distribution centre at Eastern Creek, which is being part-powered by almost 700 solar panels on its roof).

Information Management Award

Ceebron (Ceebron have developed the Smart-Trace system – the only system currently available that provides prompt notification of movement and temperature events for perishable products throughout the supply chain at pallet load level). 

Manufacturing Logistics Award

Bega Cheese (Purchased Kraft’s processed cheese facility in Strathmerton and successfully addressed the strategic imperatives of increased conversion capacity, capability and redundancy/risk management).

T&L Industry Excellence Award

Chris Mangan

Chris Mangan (Wide and distinguished career in the supply chain profession). 

T&L Future Leaders Award

Stanley Fan (Stock and Logistics Officer for Trinix and actively involved as a member of APICS, CILTA and SCLAA). 

The awards ceremony, held at Luna Park, Sydney on October 28 was supported by SupplyChain Review, Australia’s Best, The Department 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.   

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