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Logistics winners announced

Wednesday, 26 Aug 2015 ( #733 ) - Brisbane, Qld, Australia
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Winners at last week's event
The winners of the 2015 Queensland Supply Chain and Logistics Awards were announced last week.

The Future Leaders Award, which includes a $5,000 training scholarship, went to Samantha Lowry, senior procurement advisor at the Department of Education & Training.

The Industry Excellence Award, including a $4,000 UQ Business School scholarship, was presented to Scott Young, managing director of Young Guns Container Crew.

Young Guns Container Crew also walked off with the 2015 Queensland Supply Chain Management Award.

The Training, Education and Development Award was presented to Ostwald Bros/QGC Partnership for the Plant Operator Training Program.

The 2015 Information Management Award went to Aurizon and SVS (Safety Vision Systems) Australia.

The Queensland SCL Awards are the state feeder program for the Australian Supply Chain and Logistics Awards which will be held on the 4th of November at the Dockside Pavilion, Darling Harbour.

The ASCL Awards have been running for over 50 years and are the most prestigious in the industry.
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