2018 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics (ASCL) Awards

November 23, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Luna Park Sydney
Milsons Point NSW 2061
SCLAA National Secretariat
1300 364 160

The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is pleased to announce that the 2018 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics (ASCL) Awards will be held on Friday, 23 November in The Grand Ballroom, Luna Park, Sydney.

These historic and prestigious national awards, presented by the SCLAA, have been running for fifty eight years making them the most sought after, recognised and influential awards across the supply chain, logistics and transport industries.

Call for submissions now open – submissions close 7 September 2018

Award submissions are invited for the following categories:

  1. ASCL Industry Excellence Award
  2. ASCL Future Leaders Award
  3. ASCL Supply Chain Management Award
  4. ASCL Training, Education & Development Award
  5. ASCL Information Technology and Management Award
  6. ASCL Environmental Excellence Award
  7. ASCL International Supply Chain Award

Online submissions may be progressed here. If you have any enquires, require assistance or further information, contact the SCLAA National Secretariat on tel. 1300 364 160 or email secretary@sclaa.com.au.


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