The ASCI Awards celebrate exceptional corporate and individual performance in key supply chain and logistics industry sectors.
ASCI, in proud partnership with Akolade, are pleased to announce the return of the prestigious SMART industry awards ceremony to carry on the traditions of recognising supply chain greats and excellence in a range of supply chain disciplines.
These awards offer anyone in the supply chain community the opportunity to gain esteemed recognition through a prestigious and peer-reviewed national awards program.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to showcase your company’s excellence. Enter the ASCI2019 Awards today!
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This award will be granted for outstanding performance during the manufacturing process in relation to production, inventory management and/or stock control.
Judges will be looking for examples of re-engineering or design of logistics flows, supply chain integration, forecasting and scheduling, and plant layout. The impact on the smooth flow of materials through the production cycle, enhanced inventory management practice, control of stock and related efficiencies should be demonstrated.
The benefits of streamlining the manufacturing process should be highlighted, regarding cost management and efficiency of operations along with the impact on the integrated supply chain.
This award will be granted to companies that can demonstrate significant achievement in the process of handling and storing materials at any stage of supply chain management.
Process improvements to aspects such as the management of raw materials, inventory management, distribution, fulfilment, shipping, freight forwarding, wholesale and retail operations will be sought. Technology enhancements to equipment, facilities design, information and control systems, should be demonstrated.
Applicants should be capable of providing evidence supporting how these improvements or innovations have impacted the organisation, together with implications for use in a wider industry context.
This award will go to an organisation that can demonstrate excellence in improving transport of goods or people, either locally or internationally. Judges will be looking for examples of significant achievement, innovation and improvements in any aspect of any mode of transport and associated logistics.
Judges will be looking for examples of significant achievement, innovation and improvements in any aspect of any mode of transport and associated logistics. Areas to be considered include equipment, technology, human resources and organisational impacts.
Entries should focus on the benefits of the improvements or innovations, particularly on cost control, profits, customer service and streamlining of operations.
This award will be presented to recognise excellence in procurement within the context of the overall supply chain flow from the supplier through to the consumer.
The way in which the procurement contribution has benefited all stakeholders in the procurement process will be considered. Entries should highlight excellence in negotiation, outsourcing, service agreements, contract performance management, offshoring and/or moving away from transactional purchasing.
The judges will place emphasis on the way in which the procurement contribution has benefited all stakeholders in the procurement process will be considered.
This award will be presented to Australian organisations that can demonstrate significant achievement in the supply chain supporting a major event, humanitarian relief effort or military customer anywhere in the Asia-Pacific area should enter this award.
The judges will place emphasis on the efficiency with which the supply chain is developed and integrated, the contribution of the supply chain to the success of the mission, task or event, and the effectiveness of ‘bump out’ in reducing the footprint afterwards.
Entries should demonstrate innovation, speed of development and delivery, adherence to project timelines, enhanced inventory management practices, efficient workforce management, multi-agency integration, planned and well-executed transitions, effective equipment and stores recovery and minimal impacts upon the environment.
This award honours an organisation that displays exceptional commitment to diversity and inclusion, fosters professional environments that value equality and individual differences and implements programs that have proven successful results in areas of organisational outcomes and career progressions.
Judges will be looking for the outstanding contribution of an employee network that has tackled issues internally or externally to influence change in the field of equality and diversity, along with examples of significant, innovative, and cumulatively outstanding contributions to improving enhancing the practice of equality and diversity.
This award recognises an individual who has provided an outstanding contribution to the profession of supply chain management in Australia. A “nomination-only” category whereby a person is selected for three areas: their wider contribution to the supply chain community; their demonstrated experience as a supply chain practitioner and lastly, their leadership impact with demonstrated capacity to drive change for the better.
Judges will be looking for individuals who are reasonably well known, they have more than 10 years’ experience in the supply chain industry, and have made a significant contribution to their field, including innovation and creativity, other than the traditional supply chain improvements.