GS1 Recallnet wins LAA award

GS1 Australia
Friday, 27 September, 2013

GS1 Recallnet has won the Larry Smith Leadership in Technology Award (IT Capability) across the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry award category in the Logistics Association of Australia (LAA) Leadership in Logistics Awards.

Announced at the awards event on Wednesday 25 September, this award category recognises outstanding participation, innovation and continuous improvement to technology or IT capability and excellence in the logistics and supply chain management profession in Australia.

“We are pleased and honoured to accept this prestigious award for GS1 Recallnet. It is a great achievement for the team of dedicated professionals at GS1 Australia who developed and deployed this service to industry,” said Maria Palazzolo, GS1 Australia CEO.

“I would also like to personally thank the Logistics Association of Australia for this award in recognising GS1 Australia’s innovative thought leadership and commitment to the continuous improvement of the supply chain and product recall process through automation.

“This award also confirms our focus and investment in eCommerce and information technologies to further enhance the supply chain efficiency of Australian businesses in the event of a product recall or withdrawal.”

GS1 Recallnet, GS1 Australia’s online product recall service, is based on GS1 standards and global best practices and is designed to increase the speed and accuracy in the removal of unsafe or unsuitable products from the supply chain.

Launched in 2011, GS1 Recallnet has assisted almost 200 Australian food and grocery companies with the development and implementation of their product recall and withdrawal management processes.

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