Invitation to SCLAA members who work in or with ports in Australia

Efficient Facilitation of Major Infrastructure Projects
Port Planning and Development Survey – Australia


The University of Melbourne in Australia in collaboration with The Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada and Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember invite you to take part in an online survey – Efficient Facilitation of Major Infrastructure Projects – Port Planning and Development Survey – Australia – to investigate:

  • Which investment strategies and options facilitate project initiation that attracts international engagement?
  • How to effectively plan and develop existing ports and new ports to increase regional and national productivity?
  • What related infrastructure development is necessary to support the port and port development?

This questionnaire is an important part of the work from the Australian Indonesia Centre Infrastructure Cluster Research Group and seeks to learn from your own personal experience in the planning and development of sea ports.

The questionnaire is voluntary and confidential and will take about 15 minutes of your time.

The Link to the online survey is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VYQ9SXD

Copies of the Plain Language Statement and Consent form are linked for your convenience.

Thank you in advance for your participation in this important study.

Professor Colin Duffield
Deputy Head of Department
Department of Infrastructure Engineering
The University of Melbourne
Dr Felix Hui
Chief Investigator
Dr Sally Wilson
Research Fellow

2018 VIC/TAS Launch Event

To celebrate the New Year, the VIC/TAS Division of the SCLAA held our annual launch event on 6 February at the Aer Rooftop Bar in Melbourne’s CBD.

Melbourne’s weather shone through and the committee and members from over 30 different SC&L companies came together to celebrate the new year on the sunny rooftop bar.

Thought provoking discussions were had, from discussing the challenge of tackling the counterfeit wine industry to the integration of the sharing economy into logistics via proof of providence and advanced pallet technology. Whether at the beginning of their career or an industry expert, everyone walked away with a fresh perspective on a current issue, and of course, some great new connections in the world of supply chain and logistics. Looking forward to the next event!

The Western Australian Transport, Supply Chain and Logistics Awards 2018

Award Categories, Call for Submissions and Sponsorship Opportunities

The Western Australian Transport and Logistics Awards have been held since 1996 and have become a highlight in the WA business calendar.

They have grown to become the pre-eminent Transport & Logistics Industry awards in WA through the voluntary efforts of the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (WA) (CILTA), generous sponsorship, the spirit of fellowship between those who gather, and most importantly the outstanding calibre of the individual and corporate award candidates.

The Awards have become recognised by Industry and Government as pre-eminent in recognising outstanding performance by individuals and organisations and it is anticipated that they will be just as successful in 2018.

Members of the organising associations represent all major supply chain, logistics and transport related industry sectors including FMCG, retail, freight logistics, manufacturing and mining.

A crowd of 140 Transport and Logistics professionals is expected to attend the Awards event, which will be held on Saturday 26 May 2018 at Matilda Bay Restaurant (Roe Room) overlooking the beautiful Swan River and Perth City.

Please diarise this important date so you are available to join us. Also spend a moment to ponder the great things that your Company and staff have achieved, and consider nominating for one of the award categories. To register to attend the WA Awards dinner, click here.

Award Categories / Call for Submissions

  • Young Professional of the Year
  • Excellence in Transport Planning, Supply Chain & logistics
  • Innovation
  • Excellence in Training & Professional Development

Information on the Award Categories and how to make an Award Submission are provided in the Awards Brochure. The brochure also showcases past Young Professional Award winners.

Sponsorship Opportunities

We suggest that your organisation takes advantage of its participation in this high-profile event is a success by aligning its brand with the recognition of high achievement in our industry and choosing to be an event sponsor.

A number of sponsorship packages are available allowing your sponsorship to be tailored to your budget. Features of each of the sponsorship packages and their costs are highlighted below.

If you would like to sponsor the Awards, it would be gratefully appreciated if you could indicate your willingness to sponsor by 28th February 2018, so that we can include your Company’s logo on promotional material.

If you’d like to participate in this exciting event, or simply require further information, please do not hesitate to contact members of the Organising Committee, WA Transport & Logistics Awards 2018:   Brian Lynn, 0427 312867 / wa@sclaa.com.au    |   Graham Willis, 0411 424 471

8 Ways Musk & Zuckerberg Build High Performing Teams

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2018 Supply Chain Tech Survey

Swinburne & the SCLAA invite you to complete the

2018 SUPPLY CHAIN
TECH SURVEY

 Supply chains are facing a period of significant disruption. Over the coming decade, a range of emerging technologies promise to disrupt the traditional ways in which products and services are manufactured, paid for, and delivered to customers.

With your help Swinburne researchers and industry practitioners will investigate where the industry is today, impacts we can expect tomorrow and what actions are being taken to prepare for the future.

 

SCLAA Announces New Directors


SCLAA Announces New Directors

 

The SCLAA is proud to announce that at the November Board Meeting in Sydney, the SCLAA Board elected two new Independent Directors and the VIC/TAS Division confirmed the election of their new VIC/TAS Director.

Independent Director – Patrick Ingenegeren

Patrick has over 20 years’ experience in supply chain management and logistics across Australia and Europe with extensive industry experience in automotive, marine, retail and OEM specialised electronics.  He is a key member of the leadership team of warehousing specialist TT Logistics, has held several senior management positions and taken responsibility for boarder organisational transformation programs. With a passion for sales, client development and driving operational efficiencies Patrick stimulates continuous improvement and is well networked. Businesses are putting a premium on credibility, knowledge of their business and the ability to communicate value and Patrick believes the SCLAA plays an important role in developing supply chain and logistics professionals to meet these expectations. In other words Patrick has a unique understanding of what Australian companies are expecting from their service providers.

Patrick holds a bachelor of business and has also held former board positions including the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce Australia.”

 Independent Director – Erica Gilcrist

Erica Gilcrist has been involved in the Supply Chain and Logistics industry for over 20 years.  Originally from Detroit, Michigan (USA), Erica spent the first six years of her career working with General Motors both within the 3PL and 4PL space globally.  Her experience spans across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia.  With expertise in strategic process and business (re) alignment and growth, Erica has worked with/for some of Australia’s leading organisations including Holden, Toll Logistics, Target Australia, Amcor Paper (now Orora), and BlueScope Steel. During her tenure as a private business owner, Erica also sat as Director for Bendigo Community Bank as well as a Regional Delegate on the Mornington Peninsula Tourism Board of Directors.  Erica holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Communication from Michigan State University.

SCLAA VIC/TAS Director – Daniel Esdaile

Dan is an experienced operations and supply chain leader, and currently a Management Consulting at PwC; he brings multiple years industry and professional services experience across a number of industries including, retail, health, food services & manufacturing, wagering, utilities and finance.

Dan has demonstrated expertise in implementing large scale transformation programs with strong experience in designing operating models, developing process, and building & coaching teams to implement.

Prior to PwC, Daniel worked for Australia Post, and StarTrack as an Operations Leader focused on Process Optimisation and Supply Chain Network Planning, and as a Commercial Analyst focused Product Development and M&A.

Dan has a Bachelor of Business – Supply Chain Management

2017 ASCL Awards Video

2017 ASCL Awards Video

 

CLICK HERE to view the video of the 57th Annual ASCL Awards Gala Dinner held at Luna Park on 17 November 2017.

A wonderful night, celebrating exceptional achievements.