PA 02 / 06
6th October 2006
SINGAPORE, 6th OCTOBER, 2006: The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society is at the forefront of facilitating professional development opportunities and recognition for Logistics professionals. Innovation in Logistics strategy and technology is driving dramatic change right across the supply chain. Over the past few years, there have been more advances in the industry than at any time in history – and there’s no sign of a change any time soon.
Another industry first that is being run for the second year in a row, The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society Awards are being conducted this year in close collaboration with eyefortransport – the world’s leading provider of Logistics and Transportation information and services.
The awards, which are given on a regional basis with Logisticians throughout Asia and the (Middle East), give other Societies, Associations and organisations an opportunity to collaborate in a wider programme of industry and professional development.
Unlike other awards, this programme is an opportunity for outstanding individuals to be recognised for their Supply Chain Management contributions and achievements in the Logistics profession.
As a professional in the area of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, nominating individuals for a Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society Award is an excellent way of recognising all their efforts and hard work in this industry.
Nominees, finalists and winners will receive publicity in the press and on the Society’s website and newsletter. Aside from this, finalists, highly commended nominees and winners will be able to use the Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society Awards logo as a reference of achievement on business cards and other self-promoting literature. Applicants will be joining a prestigious group of leading professionals, all working to succeed in an ever-competitive global market.
Organisations also have the opportunity to sponsor an award category. This is an excellent opportunity for them to demonstrate to industry the importance and emphasis they place on people development.
The main award categories are:
- Distinction Award
- Young Professional of the Year
- Logistics Leader Award
- Educator / Trainer of the Year Award
- Tertiary Student of the Year (2 awards)
- Best Process Innovator
- Best HR Policy (company award)
The closing date for nominations is 31st January 2007 and winners will be presented with their awards at the 3rd China Logistics Summit to be held in Shanghai, China on the 13th of March 2007.
In addition to the awards, the Logistics & Supply Chain Management Society conducts, participates or leads conferences, academic programmes and seminars for logistics professionals, practitioners and business leaders. Additionally practical workshops and site visits form part of a very active programme for members.
For further information on application, nominations, sponsorship or collaborative opportunities, please contact :
Director – Marketing
Tel : +65.6222 5280
Fax : +65.6222 5275
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
web : http://www.lscms.org