2015 QSCLC annual charity dinner a huge success

Over 320 people attended the annual QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference dinner at the SOFITEL last week. $16,000 was raised for the 2015 Foodbank Hamper project and the best-of-the-best were recognised for the 2015 QLD SCL Awards. A fabulous night enjoyed by all!

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Soap donated at 2015 QSCLC for Foodbank Hampers

During the 2015 QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference attendees were asked to donate bars of soap towards the 2015 Foodbank Hamper project.

We can’t wait to count how many we have received.

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Funding Grants for Women in the Transport and Logistics Sector

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In 2015 Women & Leadership Australia is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across all sectors.

From July 1 2015 the initiative will provide women in the transport and logistics sector with grants for leadership development. More specifically, grant applications are open to women employed in the transport and logistics sector at two levels. Please click on the preferred program link for details.

  1. Senior Management and Executive level Women Leaders can apply for $12,000 Individual Grants to undertake the Advanced Leadership Program.
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  3. Women Managers can apply for $4,500 Individual Grants to undertake the Accelerated Leadership Performance Program.

 

Expressions of Interest
To request a Scholarship Grant Application Form or additional information click here.

Should you wish to discuss the initiative in more detail please contact Ian Johnson at the office of the National Industry Scholarship Program, Australian School of Applied Management on 03 9270 9000 or via ijohnson@asam.edu.au

Introducing SCLAA’s New National Partner – MHD Supply Chain Solutions

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 MHD Supply Chain Solutions. We ask all our members to support our valued National Partners where they can.

 

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MHD Supply Chain Solutions magazine is published bi-monthly in January, March, May, July, September and November.

It has been in continuous publication for 44 years.

MHD is the ONLY magazine dedicated to supply chain management in Australia – that is, warehousing, distribution, logistics, materials handling, and transport, all together in one magazine.

MHD subscribers are qualified readers who are decision makers: 95.5% work in the industry, in middle management and above (90%).

Along with individual subscribers, MHD Supply Chain Solutions magazine is also circulated to members of the peak supply chain and logistics associations including apicsAU, SCLAA, CILTA, AusWA, and enjoys their valued industry support.

CAB figures from 30 September 2014 show more than 8,200 subscribers, with a surveyed pass-on ratio of 3.4.

Whether you work in the industry and want to read the latest news, technical information, research and case studies, or you are a supplier who wants to reach the decision makers in supply chain, warehousing, transport and logistics, take a close look at MHD Supply Chain Solutions magazine.

Introducing SCLAA’s New National Partner – Transport & Logistics News

 

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 Transport & Logistics News. We ask all our members to support our valued National Partners where they can.

 

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Why subscribe to Transport & Logistics News?

www.TandLnews.com.aureports the latest transport and logistics news and information on people, companies, government and industry as it happens – and it’s free!

TandL news is the online partner to the well-established trade publication MHD Supply Chain Solutions magazine, which has been serving supply chain professionals for over 44 years.

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The TandL news website features news, industry resources, job board, events information and more www.TandLnews.com.au is the leading Australian website for Transport and Logistics and since its launch in mid-October 2007, it has become the dominant online media for the Australian transport and logistics market.

Subscribe to TandL news e-newsletter – it’s free!

Sent out to subscribers each week, the e-newsletter contains the latest news and information on people, companies, government and the environmental aspects of the transport, logistics, warehousing and distribution industry.

Visit www.TandLnews.com.au today – and subscribe!

Have your say!

You’re invited to participate in an online survey from Quantum Market Research looking into the technology issues facing the Australian Transport, Logistics and Warehousing industry.

Your feedback is valuable and will help to provide insights into the technology, services and support needed in this sector. It should only take 5–10 minutes of your time. All responses provided will remain anonymous and be kept strictly confidential.

On completion, you will be given the opportunity to enter a competition to win one of two prizes – a LUMIX G Series camera (DMC-G7 twin lens kit) valued at $1,199 OR a 4K camcorder (HC-VX870M) valued at $999.

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Download a copy of the above flyer

 

Are you attending the 2015 QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference?

Soap 300pxIf you are attending the 2015 QLD Supply Chain & Logistics Conference, or the dinner on Thursday the 20th don’t forget to bring some soap as you donation towards the Foodbank Hampers! You can buy an 8 pack of soap in Woolworths or Big W for less than $5.00. Help make a difference.

 

Introducing SCLAA’s New National Partner – Quintiq

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

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Quintiq provides a fully integrated, whole-of-supply-chain planning and optimisation platform in a single application capable of solving any type of planning puzzle. Quintiq software covers every aspect of your planning requirements for logistics, workforce and operations bringing unparalleled visibility and decision support into the supply chain performance.

The key to successful supply chain planning lies not in managing each link of the chain well, but in planning and optimizing as a whole. After all, your supply chain is the sum total of every function and feature of your business. When you define your organization-wide KPIs and align every business function to those goals, you are able to achieve the service, quality, and efficiencies you need to take your business to the next level.

Only Quintiq is designed to give you the level of control and insight needed to transform supply chain planning from a cost centre to a revenue generator. When you plan and optimize your supply chain with Quintiq, you can master everything from big-picture strategic planning to the smallest detail on the shopfloor at the moment of execution in one integrated platform

Quintiq’s logistics planning & optimization solution is the product of our collaboration with several customers over the years. Every implementation leads to improvements and new features that can be adapted to suit your business processes. Customers who are already benefiting from Quintiq are: DHL, TNT, DB Schenker, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Chevron Australia, Royal Flying Doctors Services, Spotless, NBN Co, Airservices Australia, Glencore, and Incitec Pivot.

Quintiq achieved global Leader status and is rated #4 in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Solutions.

Contact Us:
Quintiq Pty Ltd
ANZ Head Office                                          +61 (03) 9207 5000
Level 8, 417 St. Kilda Road
Melbourne, VIC 3004                                   Email
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Free webinar – What’s new for small business?

In small business? Don’t miss your chance to find out what’s new for your business.

The ATO, ASIC, ACCC and Fair Work are coming together for a free one hour webinar next week to explain the latest changes and answer your questions.

Read more at https://www.asbc.gov.au/blog/regulator-webinar-aug15

ASBC Blog, 14 August 2015