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Asciano wins supply chain award

Thursday, 12 Feb 2015 ( #705 )
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Asciano has won a supply chain excellence award for its ‘forest to stow’ supply chain solution.
Asciano scooped the Supply Chain Excellence Award at the prestigious 19th Annual Lloyds List Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards held in Sydney late last year.

The winning submission showcased the group’s supply chain expertise and capabilities across subsidiaries Patrick, C3 and Pacific National for forestry customer PF Olsen.

The company’s fully integrated logistics solution to export 175,000 logs a year from central western NSW impressed the judges for its ability to offer the customer a genuine ‘forest to stow’ supply chain solution.

"We’re pleased to be working with Pacific National, Patrick and C3, all very professional companies that understand the complexities of commodity handling and logistics and share our customer focus, emphasis on efficiency and commitment to operational safety," says PF Olsen Australia MD Pat Groenhout.
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