SCLAA announces 2012 ASCL Award winners

Tuesday, 13 November, 2012

Winners of the 2012 Australian Supply Chain and Logistics (ASCL) Awards have been announced by the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA). The longest-running national awards program in the industry, the ASCL Awards are highly regarded within the industry.

The Big W Hoxton Park Distribution Centre took out two awards: the 2012 Supply Chain Management Award and the 2012 Storage & Handling of Materials Award. The Hoxton Park DC is Australia’s first Multishuttle Goods-to-Person (GTP) Order Fulfilment System. The 89,000 m2 DC includes the first Dematic Multishuttle storage buffer and sequencing system in Australia, and also the first 1:24 automated GTP picking stations in the country.

The Training, Education & Development Award was presented to Victoria University for its Supply Chain Management (SCM) Industry Mentor Program, which matches undergraduate and postgraduate SCM students with senior industry professionals. The voluntary program broadens students’ industry knowledge and ideas, enables professional network development and improves mentees’ confidence in their ability to make the transition from university to working life.

Transport Certification Australia and the Department of Transport and Main Roads Queensland won the 2012 Environmental Excellence Award, while BlueScope Steel was announced as the winner of the Information Management Award. The winner of the Manufacturing Logistics Award is TAE Gas Turbines.

Aaron Relph, Materials Distribution Manager with Energex Limited, won the 2012 Industry Excellence Award for his role as the property project manager for the Energex 6001 Migration Plan.

The 2012 Future Leaders Award was won by Daniel Di Stasio, Operations Manager, Bunzl Outsourcing Services.

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