Introducing SCLAA’s New National Partner – Blackbay Ltd

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 Blackbay Ltd. We ask all our members to support our valued National Partners where they can. 


Blackbay is the leading provider of mobility enabled solutions for the Transport and Logistics Industry. The Company’s configurable end-to-end solutions ensure first time, on time, every time delivery by connecting the shipper, operations, management, the driver and crucially the customer with real-time data and automated workflows to create smarter Delivery Companies.

Blackbay’s solutions deliver real-time track-and-trace, dispatching, on-the-road processes routing and scheduling capabilities to enable operations, drivers and other mobile workers to optimize the delivery process, streamline operations, improve compliance, increase revenue and enhance the overall customer experience.

Blackbay is at the forefront of innovation in the Transport and Logistics sector, as evidenced by the results it has achieved with its customers. Blackbay has been providing highly scalable and configurable solutions for over 9 years to customers across the globe. Blackbay solutions are developed by logistics industry experts to address the complex needs of the industry.

Currently Blackbay solutions support more than 6 million deliveries daily, over 8 billion transactions annually and more than 145,000 users. As a result the company has established proprietary workflows and domain expertise around the ‘last-mile’ of the supply chain, which is widely recognized as the most complex and challenging aspect of the industry.

Utilizing the company’s flagship product, Delivery Connect, Blackbay’s customers have achieved significant efficiency and service level improvements, which drive a quick and meaningful ROI.

 www.blackbay.com

 

NOTICE OF 2015 SCLAA NSW DIVISIONAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

NOTICE OF 2015 SCLAA NSW  DIVISIONAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 at 8.30am

The Annual General Meeting of the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia Ltd – NSW, will take place at Charlie Lovett Café, corner of Albany Street and Willoughby Road, CROWSNEST at 8.30am on Tuesday, 20 October 2015. (Breakfast will be provided. Free 2hr parking in Council carpark – enter via Pole Lane.)

AGENDA

                     1.       Apologies

                     2.       Chairman’s Report

                     3.       Presentation & Adoption of Financial Reports and Chairman’s Report 

                     4.       Proxy Votes

                     5.       Election of all Committee Members

                     6.       Election of the State President

                     7.       Election of the NSW representative to the National Board

                     8.       Other Business
 

To confirm attendance, please click here, type “Attend” in the subject line and send.

To tender your apologies, please click here, type “Apology” in the subject line and send. 

 

Download a Nomination Form                   Download a Proxy Form

 

SCLAA Stand at the CIPSA Conference

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New ASBC blog: Increase the value of your business before selling

When it comes to selling your business, it helps to understand the difference between selling price and value. In this guest post, Peter Watson from Biz Listings explains how to increase the value of your business to maximise your selling price once you decide to sell.

Read more at https://www.asbc.gov.au/blog/increase-business-value

MHD Supply Chain Solutions Digital Magazine

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Whether you work in supply chain management, transport & logistics, warehouse management or third-party logistics, MHD Supply Chain Solutions has all the information you need to fulfil your role and get ahead in your career.
  • How robotic goods-to-persons systems are becoming increasingly attractive for a number of benefits, including reduced warehouse footprint, scalability and flexibility, and the ability to better deal with an increased SKU range.
  • How a well designed and constructed warehouse floor will increase productivity, reduce maintenance of the building, and increase the life of the equipment using the floor.
  • What the seven considerations for building a successful warehouse are to help you get the most from your operation.
  • How you can tailor your supply chain to meet evolving consumer demand, as today’s consumers are demanding more from brands than ever before.
  • And some insightful Integrated Business Planning lessons from retail, medical and scientific organisations.

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WA Logistics Traineeship Proposal

 

The Logistics Training Council is seeking input from industry stakeholders on the establishment of two traineeships for the logistics industry sector:

Certificate IV in Logistics (TLI42010)

Diploma of Logistics (TLI50410)

It has been brought to our attention that there is interest in higher level qualifications to address quality and pathway concerns for new and existing workers. We would like to invite interested stakeholders to provide their feedback on this proposal via the survey located here

This survey will remain open until COB, Friday 4th September.

Please feel free to forward this information on to anyone you feel may like to provide input into this proposal.

Check how your business is performing

The latest upgrade to the Australian Taxation Office’s app for tablets and smart phone means you can now check how your business is performing and compare that performance to similar businesses in your industry wherever you are, whenever you want.

Read more at https://www.asbc.gov.au/blog/ATO-app