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Winners announced for 2012 Queensland SCL Awards

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article image All Purpose Transport won the 2012 Queensland Training, Education & Development Award for Project APT, a $1.2 million workforce development program

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Winners of the 2012 Queensland SCL Awards were announced during the annual charity dinner at the Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Conference held recently at the Sofitel Hotel.
 
The 2012 Queensland SCL Awards program was jointly developed by the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia , Queensland Division with apics, Transform, Department of Transport and Main Roads, Strategix Training Group, and Transpacific Industries group.
 
2012 Queensland Supply Chain Management Award

ENERGEX Limited won the award for initiating a relocation program that allowed the company to manage material storage and distribution efficiently.
 
2012 Queensland Environmental Excellence Award

The award was won by Polystyrene Recycling Queensland (PRQ) for implementing a solution to shrink expanded polystyrene (EPS) volume by 66% and creating a beneficial reuse opportunity by designing and commissioning an EPS chipper. The chipped EPS is compacted into recyclable bricks, which are then transformed into various products such as photo frames and synthetic timber.
 
2012 Queensland Training, Education & Development Award

All Purpose Transport won the award for Project APT, a $1.2 million workforce development program that aims to provide the entire APT workforce with the opportunity to achieve a nationally accredited qualification, as well as raise the professionalism of the industry through a new skilling benchmark for all industry operators.
 
2012 Queensland Industry Excellence Award

Louise Perram-Fisk, Director, Transform, Department of Transport and Main Roads won the award for her involvement in the betterment of the industry. Louise designed and rolled out the first wide-scale gender program in the supply chain, logistics and transport industries with the award-winning Women Take the Wheel program.
 
A High Commendation has been awarded to Liam Stitt, Managing Director of ESSco.
 
2012 Queensland Future Leaders Award
 
Nicole Holyer, Principal Project Officer, Transform, Department of Transport and Main Roads won the award for her tireless support of the industry including mentoring of younger team members and constant sharing of industry information through her networks.
 
A High Commendation has been awarded to Caeser Abdalla, Sourcing Manager, QR National.
 
The QLD SCL Awards is the state feeder program for the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards, which will be held on the 8th of November at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Southbank.
 

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