WINNERS ANNOUNCED FOR THE
2015 AUSTRALIAN SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTICS AWARDS
The Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia, in conjunction with Amcap, Dematic, KTM, Leadership Management Australia (LMA), Telstra and Vertical Talent, announced the winners of the 2015 Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards on the 4th of November at the Dockside PAVILION Darling Harbour, Sydney.
As the oldest and most prestigious awards program in the industry, the ASCL Awards have served the industry for over fifty-five years making them the most recognised and esteemed awards for an individual or a company to be awarded.
2015 Industry Excellence Award
The prestigious Industry Excellence Award recognises and acknowledges the outstanding achievements and contribution by an individual currently working within the Transport, Supply Chain and Logistics Industry. The judges will be looking for individuals who have demonstrated vision and leadership, shows innovation and not afraid to take risks. This trophy was first awarded in 1987 and is dedicated to Mike Munns, FAIMM.
The winner of the 2015 Industry Excellence Award is Scott Young, Managing Director, Young Guns Container Crew.
Scott co-founded a business with his brother and built it from three guys working in containers in Brisbane to a national workforce. He has helped create a unique model for all young people as a stepping stone into a career path within the Supply Chain industry. Outside of his working day Scott works with the Department of Transport and Main Roads to support the GenR8 program in QLD. A goal is to assist the program to become a national one so more young people are inspired to enter the industry. Scott gets a large amount of enjoyment from seeing young people grow and develop both personally and professionally, and is a proud advocate of giving young people an opportunity to realise their potential.
A High Commendation has been awarded to Micheal Heard, Chief Procurement Officer, Department of Education and Training.
Finalists were: Chubb Aldridge, Logistics Coordinator, Stanwell Corporation Limited, Micheal Heard, Chief Procurement Officer, Department of Education and Training, Kate Peppin, Contracts Analyst, Santos, Tivolee Spragg, Executive Director – Category Management, Department of Housing and Public Works, Brett Thompson, Procurement Manager, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet, Russell Wilson, Warehouse Officer, Stanwell Corporation Limited and Scott Young, Managing Director, Young Guns Container Crew.
Future Leaders Award
The purpose of this award is to provide incentive and recognition to young professionals who are both currently working in and wish to continue their career path within the Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport Industry. This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase young professionals within our great industry. This trophy was first awarded in 2009 and is dedicated to Vince Aisthorpe.
The winner of the 2015 Future Leaders Award will be awarded an enrolment into the Leadership Management Australia’s ‘The Performance Edge’ 10-week development program valued at $5000. The program assists participants to improve their personal performance and productivity as well as that of their team. The prize includes consultation in the workplace, assistance in the development of some professional goals, all course material, attendance at 10 interactive workshops, facilitation and course coaching and access to LMA’s unique on-line feedback system.
The joint winners of the 2015 Future Leaders Award are Samantha Lowry, Senior Procurement Advisor, Department of Education & Training and Danielle Brennan, Category Specialist, Stanwell Corporation.
One of the most useful skills any leader can have is the ability to break down barriers. Danielle Brennan has a remarkable ability to break down barriers between teams and build rapport with people regardless of background, role or geographic location. A wonderful skill to have. Dani’s continuous drive, passion and enthusiasm are admirable qualities and coupled with her knowledge of the ICT and professional services category space she is a fantastic asset to Stanwell’s Supply team. Dani is a self-starter and innovator consistently demonstrating her adaptability and go to attitude.
Samantha Lowry’s future in the Supply Chain industry is a bright one indeed. She is enrolled in Diploma of Government (Procurement and Contracting) and one of her current projects is the establishment of a Software-as-a-Service Community of Practice to connect key personnel in providing consistent advice and assistance to help schools to balance the benefits of new and accessible technologies with, the privacy and duty of care concerns of their students. Samantha’s career aspirations include not only becoming a chief procurement officer, but also to serve as a board member on a charity, and perhaps even establish her own charitable organisation to address the health, housing, social and legal issues facing homelessness.
A High Commendation has been awarded to Nathan Barrett, National Health and Safety Manager, Young Guns Container Crew.
Finalists were: Nathan Barrett, National Health and Safety Manager, Young Guns Container Crew, Danielle (Dani) Brennan, Category Specialist, Stanwell Corporation Limited, Jenna Hood, Senior Project Scheduler, Queensland Rail, Sameer Latif, Director, Ozzilat – Supply Chain & Logistics, Samantha Lowry, Senior Procurement Advisor, Department of Education & Training, Yury Sukhov, Mining Services Coordinator, Centurion, Christopher Yabsley, Project Coordinator, Industrial Projects, Geodis Wilson and Tonia Zammit, Manager Administration, Xtreme Freight.
2015 Training, Education & Development Award
To be presented to the company or institution that best demonstrates a significant achievement in aspects such as recruitment process, training, HR Systems, formal education and development programs which is both relevant to and promotes the Supply Chain, Logistics and Transport Industry. The trophy was first awarded in 2002 and is dedicated to the late Professor Peter Gilmour.
The winner of the 2015 Training, Education and Development Award is Ostwald Bros/QGC Partnership for the Plant Operator Training Program.
In recognition of Ostwald Bros commitment to provide long term support for Traditional Owner groups and providing real outcomes for their people, the Plant Operator Training Program (POTP) was established in partnership with QGC to engage and employ the local indigenous community. The POTP provides a unique and innovative training pathway to a career in the construction, resource and logistics industry. The project aims to deliver new skills and improve the job prospects of indigenous and under-represented groups by enabling participants to be ‘workplace ready’ as entry-level plant operators & drivers. Having a presence across more than 25 sites in Queensland and various others interstate, Ostwald Bros are in a strong position to promote the POTP into rural and remote communities and expansion of simulated experiences with other plant and transport equipment.
Finalists were: All Purpose Transport, CNW Electrical Wholesale & Energy Solutions, Chain of Responsibility (COR) Australia, Ostwald Bros & QGC Partnership – Plant Operator Training Program, School of Business IT & Logistics, RMIT University, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, The University of Sydney and the Institute for Supply Chain and Logistics, Victoria University.
2015 Supply Chain Management Award
The aim of this award is to encourage and acknowledge the outstanding achievement of an organisation that has demonstrated significant achievement in managing the integration of Supply Chains. This could be functional integration within an organisational Supply Chain or more widely across Supply Chains involving several organisations that have formed trading partnerships or alliances. The trophy was first awarded in 1984 and is dedicated to Doug Beattie.
The winner of the 2015 Supply Chain Management Award is PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand.
PepsiCo has been recognised for their Supply Chain Optimisation project at Regency Park Distribution Centre, Adelaide. The project included Automated palletising, AGV pallet transport and put-away/retrieval from ASRs. Robotic Palletising systems that build up to 75 pallets an hour across different SKU’s. AGV’s that provide flexible interlinks between automated palletising and ASR’s. 30 metre high ASR’s that have increased DC storage capacity from 2,000 to 16,000 pallets. The solution has significantly reduced Supply Chain touchpoints.
Finalists were: AUTHENTICATEIT, Prequalification & Contracts Unit, Department of Transport & Main Roads, Hitech Asia Pacific, Orora Group, PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand, Sensis, Stanwell Corporation Limited and Young Guns Container Crew.
2015 Information Management Award
This award will go to the business that can best demonstrate it has made a significant achievement in the application of information technology within its Supply Chain. The trophy was first awarded in 1994 and is dedicated to the late Len Smith FAIMM.
The winner of the 2015 Information Management Award is Aurizon and SVS Australia.
SVS Australia (Safety Vision Systems), partnered with Aurizon to provide a solution to identify and improve risk management within their transportation. SVS Australia worked with Aurizon with a view to record video and data over a 90-hour period running on battery power only. This system had to be stand-alone and operate autonomously from any external power supply. The system was to be heavy duty as the environment was described as harsh and needed to record Video footage and G-Force data when the unit was in service. Aurizon also wanted a system that could pinpoint what was occurring within the transportation of the containers, so that the combined image and data approach would enable Aurizon to make alterations to manage risk and reduce damages to products within their care during transportation. SVS Australia were not only able to achieve what was requested, but provide additional features such as longer recording time, remote login for live data and streaming with more flexible camera options.
A High Commendation was awarded to Asixa.
Finalists were: 4GM, Asixa, Aurizon & SVS Australia, Direct Couriers – Online Tracking & Notification System, Direct Couriers – Online Dispatch System, ICT Vendor Management Office, RACQ and MYFREIGHT.
2015 Storage & Materials Handling Award
The trophy was first awarded in 1980 and is dedicated to Dexion’s Founder, Demetrius Comino, OBE. The Storage & Materials Handling Award recognises the significant achievements in the techniques and technology of materials storage and handling at any stage of the Supply Chain. Technology covers equipment and design techniques, including facilities design, and associated information and control systems.
The winner of the 2015 Storage & Materials Handling Award is PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand.
Thank you for attending the 2015 AGM of the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia.
The SCLAA has completed another successful financial year and indeed calendar year, with hard working Divisions in Queensland, New South Wales, ACT / Southern NSW, Victoria / Tasmania, South Australia / Northern Territory and Western Australia, comprising of their committees and Presidents.
Our revenue for the financial year was $855,792 and expenses $795,856 resulting in a surplus of $59,936. Revenue, expenses and the surplus were all up on prior year primarily due to the Federal Government Grant we received at the start of the 2013 Financial Year. The Grant program was completed on time and under budget, and we were able to return unspent funds to the Federal Government. Though good management, the Board this Financial Year paid back the cash loans on the Queensland, Western Australia and Victorian SCLAA Divisions. I would like to especially thank our Treasurer Peter Hollins and the Office Logistics team.
Retained earnings / Total Equity are a healthy $323,430.
As mentioned at the last AGM, the SCLAA tried hard to merge with the LAA, but it wasn’t to be and the LAA Directors wound up the LAA earlier this year. The SCLAA ultimately benefited and we saw new members in all 6 of our Divisions and we are now at 27 National Partners more than double the same time last year.
During the year we released our new website, which is easier to manage and add content. Our Google Page rank has increased and our website visits were up 14% year on year.
The SCLAA is actively look at ways to increase events, membership, and revenue and reduce expenses all commensurate with improving member value.
The key objective for this year will be to roll out our strategic plan and increase revenue and membership. The Board has all three in motion.
We want to thank you for your support, feedback and suggestions with all our events during the year.
I would like to thank all Members, National and Corporate Partners, the Board, Division Presidents and Committees, Office Logistics and special Committees like the Awards and Future Leaders Group for their support and dedication during the year.
On behalf of the SCLAA National Board, Division Committees and all the volunteers at the SCLAA, we would like to wish members a Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year and continued success in 2016.
In the last five years SafeWork NSW has investigated 21 incidents in NSW involving workers unpacking shipping containers. Three of these workers were killed.
The most serious incidents involved unpacking sheet material such as glass, stone, sandwich panels and timber.
SafeWork NSW is running a program to highlight the risks associated with unpacking shipping containers and to provide simple advice on how to manage these risks. A video safety alert and guidance material will be available in the coming months.
If freight isn’t packed with safe unloading in mind, or if it becomes unstable during transit, workers unpacking it can be at risk of serious injury or death.
If you unpack shipping containers, use these simple tips to keep your people safe.
WORKING WITH SUPPLIERS
Work with suppliers to ensure the load is appropriately packed for safe transit and unpacking. Ask them to use racks or crates, and to secure freight with wrapping or strapping. You can also ask suppliers to use containers that are open at both ends or have an open top for safer access.
Bulky items packed using crates, wrapping, dunnage bags and strapping
PLAN THE WORK
Plan before you unpack the container and consider what equipment you will need. Choose an area with flat ground and unpack at ground level where possible. Be careful when opening the container in case the load has shifted. Keep looking for risks as you unpack, and adjust your plan as conditions change. Instruct workers about safety procedures and make sure they are appropriately experienced and supervised.
Ensure the container is placed on even ground
Use restraints to ensure safe opening of doors
USE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT
Use a crane or forklift with attachments such as grabs, spikes or slippers, to avoid manual unloading. Never allow people in or around the container while using machinery to unload. If you’re using a crane and it’s necessary to guide the load, make sure it’s from a safe distance using a tag-line.
Using suitable equipment to unload such as grabs or jibs
Dual lift to unpack long items
RESTRAIN OBJECTS WHEN WORKERS ARE IN THE CONTAINER
Never allow workers inside the container if there is any risk of objects moving and trapping them. Where there is a risk, brace freight with suitably rated restraint devices such as props, braces or frames. Secure freight for as long as possible by only removing restraints as necessary during unpacking.
GET HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT
And remember, you should always ask for help if you don’t have the equipment or expertise to safely unpack a container. Hiring equipment or engaging specialists to do the work can help.
If you have any questions on how to unpacking shipping containers safely, please phone SafeWork NSW on 13 10 50.
SYDNEY, NSW – Dematic, a leading global supplier of automated fulfilment solutions for the warehouse and distribution centre (DC), has launched Dematic iQ, its next generation software platform that goes beyond traditional warehouse control systems into knowledge-based logistics.
The software platform provides businesses with the information they need to quickly adapt and optimise their supply chain fulfilment operations on a real-time basis, whether on-site or remote. The software optimises operations using advanced analytics to gain more value from warehouse and enterprise data.
“Today’s order fulfilment environment poses a number of challenges including the need for increased productivity and accuracy, and the pressure to cut costs. Dematic iQ provides our customers with decision guidance from one easy-to-use logistics software platform,” said Pas Tomasiello, Dematic’s Director of Integrated Systems. “It helps logistics managers take charge of their businesses processes and operations in order to make sustainable improvements that deliver a competitive edge.”
Developed as a scalable and modular platform that will accommodate manual processes through to highly automated systems, Dematic iQ addresses DC business processes. Dematic iQ has the ability to integrate with existing operations and business systems to provide the transparency and full insight needed to make real-time decisions on resource allocation.
“In recognition of the vast amounts of data Australian and New Zealand businesses now have access to, Dematic is positioned to help these businesses leverage their information to optimise their operations,” said Pas Tomasiello. “I am excited that Dematic iQ continues to provide our customers with a real-time, knowledge-driven fulfilment platform that helps them make better business decisions.”
Dematic iQ Benefits:
· Broadens warehouse control footprint
· Improves quality, accuracy and tracking of equipment and orders
· Reduces cycle time, cost, and storage footprint
· Maximises visibility, efficiency, and decision-making ability
· Enables common services, resource sharing, and experience across the platform
· Maximises profit throughout the order fulfilment lifecycle
· Improves on-time shipments
· Maximises existing IT investment
The SCLAA is a non for profit Industry Association, run by members for members. Our ability to support the SCLAA infrastructure and to expand is highly dependent on our National Partners, one of which we newly welcome is 2K Container Services. We ask all our members to support our valued National Partners where they can.
2K Container Services is a dynamic and innovative specialist in containers. Having been in operation since 2008 expertise in packing and unpacking has seen the company expand and cater to the needs of SME’s and multinationals Australia Wide.
Experienced teams operate in all major ports around Australia and this powerhouse has been founded on the core principles of Safety, Honesty, Reliability and Transparency.
2KCS motto of “Think outside the Box” has created an environment that encourages innovation and continued growth for all Team Members. 2KCS was established to create a service that continues to create a culture where team members are valued and a clear pathway is created for individuals to grow both personally and professionally. This has resulted in low attrition rates with the market-place view of the company’s impressive reputation as an attractive place to work, to forge not only a job but a career.
Aiming to be the Best, Not the Biggest is proving to be a show stopper for this organisation whose services continue to expand without any erosion in high Service providing a seamless experience that is highly valued in a predominantly challenging labour environment.
Having developed industry leading business management, training and quality systems combining the latest IT, 2KCS continues to provide a safer, efficient, more economical and higher quality service than anything the industry has seen in the past.
The 2KCS team not only practices Safety, Productivity and Culture, the company has created specialised software platforms and management systems that track each individual/team/sites productivity levels and safety standards. This has further solidified the company’s stance on Safety, Productivity and Culture by not only “talking the talk” but “walking the walk!”
2KCS embrace additional technologies in the areas of human resource management and have created and utilise a customised Online Management System that stores all Procedures, Policies, Training Programs, Team Member Licenses, Toolbox Meetings, Audits and Team Member Reviews just to name a few. Every member of the team has access to this system and can go online at any time to see how they progressing with their Training, and what they can do to advance to the next level of achievement within the organisation. By having Procedures and Policies easily accessible to all Team Members at all sites, whether they are in NSW, VIC or QLD, the team is always on the same page clear about the level of expectation of their actions and required outcome.
If you’re looking for a specialist labour hire partner that you can rely on then 2KCS is ready to do business with you. Whether it’s consolidating containers, unpacking or general or specialised labour 2K Container Services will create a long term partnership providing high end value ensuring total piece of mind. Quality Results Every Time from Every Team!
For further information please visit the 2K Container Services website at:
Contact us Today by Phone: 1300 UNLOAD or
TT Logistics in conjunction with the SCLAA held a successful, informative and enjoyable site tour at their Laverton North facility. Mr Ross Jacob the General Manager, Mr Patrick Ingenegeren, the Senior Manager Business Development and Mr Gavyn Mickleson, the Logistics Analyst, displayed undeniable skill at showcasing the impressive premises and articulating the processes, capability and services that the Laverton North DC handles for both customers in the automotive and non-automotive space with precision.
The logistics centre in Melbourne is 25,059 square metres and what was clearly evident from the presentation was not only the size, but the disciplined culture epitomised by the application of Toyota Production Systems (TPS). This was clearly demonstrated on the factory floor, where two large tour groups were given an impressive insight into the operational activity and handling processes of SME’s and multinationals around Australia and Overseas.
Mr Ross Jacob held everyone’s attention and delighted the packed boardroom and on the warehouse floor with intelligence and wit. Having an impressive background, Mr Jacob has held senior management positions at companies such as TNT and Linfox and with over 35 years experience in the industry showcased his knowledge of complex supply chains.
Apparent from the tour and commented on by members and guests was that everything was clean, each section had a specific function running on schedule and that all employees were fully engaged encompassing the Kaizan culture to achieve operational excellence. Efficiency, Safety, Housekeeping, Quality and Environment are disciplined practices continually addressed and a small snapshot of these being put into action was visualized on the tour. With the active participation of staff and management taking responsibility for their area of expertise efficiencies result. But it is the encouraged liaison between all stakeholders to improve the processes and company that is beneficial to all. The group remained impressed by the seamless methods applied in practice.
The new facility in Derrimut is another string to TTL’s bow and covers 12,000 square metres operating 24/7 with other centres throughout Australasia including Adelaide, Brisbane and Sydney. Facilities in other capital cities service some of Australia’s biggest accounts such as Electrolux in Orange; another impressive facility of 11,500 square meters. A large number of blue chip customers receive individual logistics solutions handled expertly in Inventory Management, Continuous Improvement (Kaizen), Quality and Environmental Management with TPS providing efficient logistics solutions and cost savings.
A state of the art Warehouse Management System accurately also accounts for TT Logistics impressive track record. Guaranteeing 100% inventory accuracy has brought the company the benefits of expanding its footprint, combining excellence with cross functional operations. TPS enables projects to be productively achieved at minimal costs to the array of clientele by utilizing (JIT) Just-In-Time and 5S methods.
TT Logistics Overseas Operations include Japan, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Oceania, North America and Central & South America. Impressive in its Global Supply Chain Solutions TT Logistics will continue to service its customers by driving these processes/values and distribution practices throughout further regions of the world.
More information regarding this impressive company can be found by visiting their website https://www.ttlogistics.com.au/ Additional information can also be found on TT Logistics/Business in Focus Magazine link https://www.businessinfocus.com.au/index.php/2011/11/tt-logistics/
On behalf of the Supply Chain & Industry Association of Australia we would like to formally thank Mr. Ross Jacob and all the team at TT Logistics for their hospitality, providing lunch, giving up their valuable time and providing an excellent insight into what it takes to achieve global supply chain excellence. SCLAA looks forward to collaborating with TT Logistics (Australasia) well into the future.
Women inspire Melbourne’s Supply Chain
On Wednesday 14 October 2015, the Emporium Melbourne and the Bestrane Group hosted a networking lunch for women in supply chain. The event attracted 32 women with leading supply chain management roles and included a site tour of the Emporium’s innovative dock management system which was awarded the 2015 SMART Innovation Award for its ‘MobileDOCK’ Dock Management system.
The Emporium Melbourne is a 48,000 square meter retail asset located in one of the most congested parts of the CBD on the corner of Swanston and Lonsdale Streets in Melbourne, Australia. The site has some unique logistics challenges; it can only be accessed via a narrow laneway and its footprint ruled out traditional inclined ramps into loading locks.
The theme of the event was Excellence. Elegance. Ease. The guest speaker, Laura Anderson, Chairman Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival described her remarkable career and her belief that supply chain is an exceptional career choice for women (and men). Laura emphasized that Australia’s ability to trade is critical to our country’s future prosperity, which is underpinned by supply chain excellence.
The event attracted 32 women in leading Supply Chain management roles representing Sinochem Australia, Queen Victoria Market, PFD Food Services, Ctrack ANZ, Xtreme Freight, The Good Foundation, The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, NBN, Bestrane, ARRB Group, Victoria University, Secon Freight Logistics, Myer, Safe Sense, Treasury Wines Estates, Lion, VicRoads, Australia Post, Australia Post, Woolworths, Australia Post and Kings Transport.
Post lunch, the site tour commenced led by Arron Renehan, Operations Manager at Emporium, Shannon Donaghey, Dock Master at Emporium, and David Sanders, Group Managing Director at Bestrane. Adorned in pink safety vests, the group descended to Emporium’s famous loading docks via the largest lifts in the Southern Hemisphere. The lifts replaced long ramps; enabling the site to add an additional 7000 m2 of retail floor space.
Tina Sheldon from the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources commented “The loading dock is quite futuristic really and at the same time the fellow who manages it is so empathetic and down to earth. As well as being very impressive in scale and sophistication, I would even go so far as to call it glamorous!”
Emporium partnered with Bestrane to automatically schedule the use of the two hydraulic truck lifts using a unique web based appointment solution called MobileDOCK. The 2015 SMART award is the culmination of the Emporium/Bestrane partnership and an example of what can be achieved when vision, hard work and innovative technology combine.
This solution has driven many benefits for Emporium including:
- Adding an extra 7000m2 of retail floor space that would otherwise have been needed for long access ramps.
- Drivers know exactly when to arrive at the building to receive direct access to a specific bay eliminating the search for loading zones.
- Queuing times have been eliminated which also has dramatically reduced truck idle time at Street Level.
- Live since August 2014.
- Over 90% of appointment bookings made and approved automatically via the web with NO INTERACTION required from Dock Management at Emporium.
- Congestion has been all but eliminated from the site.
- Unauthorised vehicles being identified before entry to the Emporium site.
- Increased site security and visibility of who is onsite for what periods of time
- Ability for all supply chain parties to manage and record their Chain of Responsibility obligations.
MobileDOCK is a collaborative, web based on-demand solution that enables carriers, suppliers and distribution centers (DCs) to schedule their commercials inbound and outbound appointments to specific docks at specific facilities. More information can be found at www.mobiledock.com and www.bestrane.com.au
The SCLAA is a non for profit Industry Association, run by members for members. Our ability to support the SCLAA infrastructure and to expand is highly dependent on our National Partners, one of which we newly welcome is Baytech. We ask all our members to support our valued National Partners where they can.
Baytech is excited to be a SCLAA national partner and works with employers to identify and solve problems that result in recruitment hassles – whether skill levels, reliability of employees, limited HR resources, induction and training, fluctuations in demand or other issues.
We have a strong reputation for recruiting reliable people with the right skills and capabilities critical to warehouse and ports employers. As the 2015 winner of the recruitment industry association’s Client Service Excellence Award, Baytech was recognised for a unique approach to client partnership.
Our services include:
· Casual (on-hired) employment services
· Permanent recruitment
· Customised induction
· Workforce management
· HR support services
Baytech is an industry leader in safety management, with a workforce thoroughly screened, verified and inducted prior to commencing work.
If you are spending too much time recruiting or managing your workforce, click here to learn more about Baytech or call 1300 229 832 and ask for:
· VIC – Bruce Ranken or Keean Braybon
· NSW – Oscar Olsson
· QLD – Tony Wigmore
· WA – Robert Warner-Stanton
· TAS – Dale Jones
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