Bill Allen received a life membership award.
The Logistics Association of Australia (LAA) held its annual LAA Leadership in Logistics awards in Rosehill, Sydney last month.
The awards seek to recognise excellence in the logistics and supply chain management profession in Australia.
Winners included Bill Allen, who was recognised with a life membership award for exceptional service to the organisation.
The Robert Lamb Leadership in Logistics Customer Support, Systems and Services Award was presented to Asixa, a Victoria- based distributor.
The Malcolm Walker Leadership in Innovation in Supply Chain Operations Award was presented to Manhattan Associates, for the SCALE Platform with its six modules supporting the supply chain continuum.
The Kim Rothwell Leadership in Logistics Education Award for excellence in participation by an employer, individual, company or university in development, provision of education and training was won by Urban Global for chain of responsibility training and solutions for the industry.
The Larry Smith Leadership in Technology Award (IT capability) was won by Honeywell's Vo Collect for voice solutions in warehousing operations.
The Keith Campbell Leadership in Logistics Mentoring Award was won by ATSI (a majority indigenous-owned employer) for developing learning partnerships for employees with Real Institute.
The Malcolm Priestley Leadership in Logistics Operations Environment Award was won by Soti for its Mobi Control Enterprise Mobility Management Solution which empowers stakeholders throughout the value chain to harness disparate mobile devices.