SCLAA SA/NT Announces New State President

The SCLAA is pleased to announce the election of a new SA/NT State President, Matt Wragg. Matt is a Supply Chain specialist with Supply Chain specific academic Masters qualifications and over 20 years’ experience working within Unionised FMCG and Transport environments, providing successful strategic implementations throughout different businesses returning excellent financial results within ROI timelines and most importantly sustaining growth and ensuring continuity along the journey.

Immediate Past SA/NT State President, Matt Madsen, will be continuing in his role as the SA/NT representative on the SCLAA National Board. Matt Madsen said he would like to “express his thanks to Matt Wragg for taking on the role of SA/NT State President, and to SCLAA National Chairman, Amanda O’Brien for her concerted efforts in improving interaction with all State Presidents.”

With the ongoing implementation of the SCLAA’s new National Strategic Plan, the upcoming Marketing and Media Strategy, National and State events and partnering with a number of external events, there are exciting times ahead for the SCLAA. The contribution of all State Presidents and their committees will play an import part in the SCLAA’s ongoing achievements.

On behalf of the SCLAA Board and State Committees, SCLAA National Chairman, Amanda O’Brien extended a warm welcome to Matt and wished him every success in his new role.



The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) announced today that on the 13TH of September they will be officially launching their Northern Territory division at a dinner function which will be held in Darwin.

Speakers for the evening will include Chris Rowlands, Director and Co–Founder of Freightrain, who will address the audience on Chain of Responsibility laws and the impacts these duty based laws will have on a business and their operations and the next steps needed for all to comply.

David Rogers, National Chairman of the SCLAA, added that the launch of the Northern Territory division is evidence that the association is growing and now guarantees coverage in all corners of the country.

“The SCLAA now has divisions in WA, VIC, NSW, QLD, ACT & SNSW, SA and now NT; not too many other industry associations have such an extensive coverage and we cater to both professionals and practitioners across supply chain, logistics, transport and procurement.” Mr Rogers said.

Should you wish to attend the launch of SCLAA Northern Territory Division please contact the SCLAA National Office on
PH: 1300 364 160.