The Supply Chain and Logistics association of Australia (SCLAA) announced today the finalists for the 2009 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards evening which will be held at Eureka Tower, Southbank, Victoria on Thursday the 12th of November.
The Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards are the most recognised and esteemed awards for a company or an individual to be awarded and the winners will be announced on Thursday the 12th of November.
The Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards is the longest running national awards program in the industry and have been serving the industry for over forty years.
The finalists for the 2009 ASCL T&L Future Leaders Award are Greg Layton, Polar Fresh, Peter Callister, Queensland Health, Jodie Collie, Collins Foods Group, Georgina Vuksanovic, Mrs Crocket’s Kitchen and Matthew Kellythorn, Mrs Crocket’s Kitchen.
The finalists for the 2009 ASCL Storage & Handling of Materials Award are Corporate Express Australia, Coles Limited, Coca Cola Amatil, Western Star, Volkswagen and Robotic Automation.
The finalists for the 2009 ASCL Training, Education & Development Award are Polar Fresh, Direct Couriers, TDT Victoria, NQX College, Mrs Crocket’s Kitchen and Sun Communications.
The finalists for the 2009 ASCL Manufacturing Logistics Award are Coca Cola Amatil and Robotic Automation.
The finalists for the 2009 ASCL T&L Industry Excellence Award are Andrew Stewart, Intelog Business & Healthcare Performance Group, Bill Potter, NQX, Linda Lyons, QLD Health, TLWAG and Dirk Wagensveld, JJ Richards & Sons.
The finalists for the 2009 ASCL Supply Chain Management Award are Northern Area Supply Services, Queensland Health, Barminco Limited, and Australian Air Express.
The 12th of November event is proudly supported by major sponsors GS1 Australia and SupplyChain Review and minor sponsors AIMM Industrial Training, Australia’s Best, College of Warehousing, IPA, SSI Schaefer and SkyWire.