Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards winners for 2020 announced
Winners and High Commendation recipients for the 2020 Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards (ASCL) were announced online yesterday, recognising outstanding organisations and individuals across the supply chain industry through seven award categories.
Determined by a selected panel of judges, companies and individuals in the supply chain sector received awards under Industry Excellence, Future Leaders, Supply Chain Management, Training, Education and Development, Informations Tech and Management, Environmental Excellence and International Supply Chain.
Here is the full list of the winners for the 2020 Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards:
Industry Excellence Award
Winner: Samir Rafiq, AMR Solutions Consultant, Körber Supply Chain APAC
High Commendation Recipient: Ryan Cummings, Managing Director, Whale Logistics
Supply Chain Management Award
Winner: Körber Supply Chain (Ready to Deliver)
High Commendation Recipient: Swisslog Australia and Linfox AND ASICS Australia, Michael Masulans
Training, Education and Development Award
Winner: EB Games Warehouse Leadership
High Commendation Recipient: ECU School of Business and Law Associate Professor Ferry Jie
Information Tech and Management Award
Winner: Körber Supply Chain (Turning over a new leaf for T2)
High Commendation Recipient: eStore Logistics
Environmental Excellence Award
Winner: Custom Innovation Co. (CIC), Rob Fisher, David McLaughlin, Tim Allison
High Commendation Recipient: CouriersPlease, Ben King
International Supply Chain Award
Winner: GS1 Australia (Scan4Transport – Global Centre of Excellence)
High Commendation Recipient: Cloud Logistics Solutions, Renzo Bevinetto
Future Leaders Award
Winner: Jackson Meyer – Verus Global
High Commendation Recipient: Matthew Unali – TM Insight, Eleisha Birkensleigh – Allied Express
According to the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia, the winner of the 2020 Future Leaders award will receive enrolment into Leadership Management Australia’s (LMA) “The Performance Edge” 10 week development course.
“We improve the productivity of organisations by improving their people, making them better organised, better communicators and better equipped to resolve issues,” LMA said in a statement.
“Our learning process is unique, proven and guaranteed, producing measurable results and an identifiable R.O.I. providing our participants lasting attitudinal and behavioural changes. We don’t train people, we develop them and there’s a massive difference,” the organisation continued.
Serving the industry for 60 years, the ASCL Awards is described as the longest running awards program in the supply chain industry.