Australia, Companies, Logistics, News

ASCLA celebrated in Sydney

ASCLAs 2023

On Friday November 10 the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) held its annual Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards (ASCLA) at The Fullerton in Sydney.

A total of 470 guests attended the event, which started with a Welcome to Country by Aunty Donna Ingram. MC for the night was entertainer and comedian, Sam McCool while the guest speaker was Australia Post CEO Paul Graham, and Cathy Anne Jones was the ASCLA Events Committee Chair NSW State Director.

In Sue Tomic, Board Chair of the SCLAA’s opening speech, she touched on the importance of connection, collaboration, innovation, human capital, and disruption being the new normal.

List of the ASCLA 2023 Winners:

  • Automation, Robotics or Emerging Technology – AutoStore
  • Big Data, IT & Business Intelligence – Bestrane
  • Environmental Excellence – CEVA Logistics
  • Future Leader – Jess Sargent
  • Industry Excellence – Yiau Hwei Chan
  • International Supply Chain – Bondi Sands
  • Start-Up – Provenio.AI
  • Supply Chain Management – Koala Living
  • Training, Education & Development – ITLS University of Sydney Business School
  • Judges’ Choice – Healthy Heads Trucks and Sheds

During 2023, the SCLAA held 56 events nationally, attended by more than 2600 registrants. It says this was an increase of 30 per cent on the previous year.

The SCLAA has new initiatives planned for 2024, including an expanded mentoring program, specialised events for different industry sectors and professional development programs for career progression.

Additionally, it notes that is forging relationships that are addressing industry’s most urgent issues. Its partnership with the Institute of Transport & Logistics Studies (ITLS) at the University of Sydney, and jointly created and delivered multi-credential courses for senior and executive managers during 2023 have assisted with understanding the rapid technological changes that industry can leverage.

It says it will continue to work closely with TAFE NSW in highlighting skills shortages in the industry and bringing industry and TAFE together.

For more information on the SCLAA, click here.  

For more information on the ASCLA, click here.

Send this to a friend