Sponsor a winner

Sponsor a winner

Amanda O’Brien

The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia will be presenting the 2017 Supply Chain and Logistics Awards (ASCL Awards) on 17 November at Luna Park, Sydney. Now in its 57th year, the ASCL Awards have grown to become one of the most coveted accolades in the Australian supply chain industry, and are intended to recognise and acknowledge the outstanding achievements of participants working in their respective fields.

The SCLAA is excited to announce that John Gattorna, executive chairman of Gattorna Alignment, will be the invited speaker at this year’s awards. John stands at the forefront of supply chain ‘thought leadership’ in the world today, and his work has influenced many of today’s leading multinational corporations. John was the recipient of the 2016 ASCL Industry Excellence Award.

Seven awards will be eagerly contested this year:

  • Environmental Excellence Award
  • Future Leaders Award
  • Information Technology & Management Award
  • Industry Excellence Award
  • International Supply Chain Award
  • Supply Chain Management Award
  • Training, Education & Development Award

The SCLAA is offering a limited number of sponsorship opportunities for this event. Information on these sponsorships is detailed in the Sponsorship Opportunities brochure. Sponsoring the ASCL Awards provides exposure to 10,000+ industry professionals within Australia and the wider Australasian region and offers a prestigious and solid marketing investment for your company.

I hope that you can show support for the industry and the SCLAA by becoming an ASCL Awards Partner and I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

To discuss the ASCL Award sponsorship opportunities call 1300 364 160 or email secretary@sclaa.com.au. Amanda O’Brien is the national chairwoman of the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia.


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