Recognition of excellence is a vital part of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s (CILTA) mandate and is also very important to Australian transport and logistics. CILTA guests recently gathered on the Gold Coast to recognise and celebrate excellence in T&L. The 2012 National T&L Industry Excellence Awards recognise exceptional achievement on the part of individuals and corporations that are actively involved in the T&L Industry. This year there were five categories highly contested by 22 finalists. Read more
Over the last couple of decades, Dematic Insight Seminars have become an industry institution, breaking new ground in logistics and supply chain thinking.
Formerly known as Supply Chain 2020 Vision, the seminar series has tackled thought-provoking subjects such as closing the information feedback loop, the impact of global trends on supply chain, order fulfilment technology and techniques, aligning supply chain and corporate strategy, as well as technology breakthroughs like voice picking and ASRS.
Processing and filling machinery will be heavily showcased at AusPack Plus 2013 with stands already booked for Eriez Magnetics, Fallsdell, Perfect Packaging, Walls Machinery, Heat and Control, Reactive Engineering, JL Lennard, TNA Australia, Accuweigh, Kockums Bulk Systems to name a few.
The range of equipment that will be demonstrated at AusPack Plus 2013 will allow visitors to attend from a broad range of industries including food and beverage, packaging, confectionary, chemical and pharmaceutical.
As a founding member of the APPMA, Walls Machinery has continually exhibited at AusPack Plus since inception thirty years ago. Rob Lawrence, general manager, Walls Machinery advised that they are once again pleased to be supporting AusPack Plus in 2013.
GS1 Supply Chain Week 2012 opened with a record breaking number of delegates on Monday 10 September.
Supported by industry and hosted by GS1 Australia, the not-for-profit supply chain standards and services organisation, Supply Chain Week is an annual opportunity for supply chain professionals and business owners to explore how global standards can help businesses drive efficiencies and reduce costs in the face of today
Business leaders and supply chain industry professionals will be amongst the audience for an impressive series of industry seminars in Sydney and Melbourne during October.
Sponsored by logistics systems integrator Dematic, these thought-provoking breakfast seminars will feature business strategist and highly sought after spokesman on industry change, Phil Ruthven of IBISWorld.
Phil Ruthven will highlight irreversible factors that have entered the Australian business scene and will forecast changes to the global and domestic economies and their impact on retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers. He will also point to growing and declining industries inAustralia, explain the business slump and why the distribution sector is, and can continue to be, one of the better performing sectors.
The seminars will be hosted by Dematic CEO Glen Borg, who will draw upon an impressive track record and broad industry experience to demonstrate how Dematic has developed strategies that address the challenges that Phil Ruthven will outline.
Dematic will also showcase a number of new technologies at the seminars. The showcases will feature vision of Dematic