To view a copy of the Xtreme Freight Road Transport Case Study, click here
Finalisation of Energy Efficiency Information Grants Project – Letter from the Department of Industry and Science
View completed webinars:
|Webinar 1||Energy Efficiency Quick Wins||To view this webinar, click here|
|Webinar 2||Energy Efficiency Assessment Tool||To view this webinar, click here|
|Webinar 3||Opportunities for Warehouse Operations||To view this webinar, click here|
|Webinar 4||Opportunities for Transport Operations||To view this webinar, click here|
|Webinar 5||Eco-Driving – Hear from an Expert||To view this webinar, click here|
|Webinar 6||Identifying and evaluating opportunities||To view this webinar, click here|
|Webinar 7||Procurement – Getting the Best Bank for Your Buck||To view this webinar click here|
|Webinar 8||Energy Efficiency in the Office||To view this webinar click here|
|Webinar 9||Getting People on Board||To view this webinar click here|
|Webinar 10||Routing & Scheduling: Hear from an Expert||To view this webinar click here|
The webinars play using Windows Media Player.
The entire portfolio of material will be available on our website for seven years.
This activity received funding from the Department of Industry and Science as part of the Energy Efficiency Information Grants Program.
SCLAA Receives Energy Efficiency Information Grant
SCLAA Receives Energy Efficiency Information Grant to Assist Supply Chain and Logistics SME’s in Australia
The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is Australia’s strongest association for Supply Chain and Logistics SME’s, professionals and practitioners.
We are a member based organisation and at our very core is our mission to serve and advance the interests of Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners (SCL) in Australia. We do this through the development of the profession and practice of Supply Chain Logistics, collaboration with industry stakeholders and promotion and recognition of world’s best practice. We encourage membership from all persons involved in Supply Chain activities including those working in SMEs with a view that advancing their knowledge of the supply chain will provide particular benefits not generally considered available to Small Medium Enterprises.
Membership fees are driven back into the organisation so that SCLAA members benefit from the programs available, from the opportunities for continuing education, and from sharing ideas and knowledge with fellow professionals. Commitment to the SCLAA signals your support of our profession, adding to its strength, which benefits all SCL professionals and practitioners.
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