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Supply Chain awards celebrate 50 years

17-08-2010
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The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) has finalised plans for the 50th anniversary of its annual awards.

This year’s awards will see a return to the traditional black tie format, as widely requested by industry participants.

“This befits the ASCLA’s 50 year history as the premier SCL industry Awards in Australia, says ASCL Awards Chairman, Vince Aisthorpe.

“Unfortunately last year’s event was severely restricted by the Global Financial Crisis, Mr Aisthorpe says.

“The ASCL Awards is the longest running national awards program in the industry and the SCLAA is extremely proud of its fifty year history.

“They are designed to recognise high achievement by individuals and companies in this diverse industry and to acknowledge the innovative projects that are being carried out every day in all parts of Australia.

“The program allows nomination of suppliers, business partners, companies or people who work for them and publically recognises their efforts.”

The 2010 event will be held at the Crystal Palace, Luna Park, Sydney on October 28.

For more information contact ASCLA at: ascla@sclaa.com.au

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