2018
Annual Excellence and Innovation Awards

Nominations are now open to all Individuals and Organisations working within the Australian Transport and Logistics Industry.
 
There are six categories which one can nominate:

  • Young Professional of the year
  • Professional Woman in Logistics and Transport
  • Excellence and Innovation in Moving Freight
  • Excellence and Innovation in Moving People
  • Excellence and Innovation in Safety
  • Excellence and Innovation in Humanitarian or Defence Transport and/or Logistics


Your Entry

 
Submit your entry via the completed Nomination Form (available via the buttons below) for the category you wish to nominate (includes 100 word summary of Nomination)

  • Nomination entries should address the set criteria (max 2500 words).
  • Supporting material will be accepted, but only to explain the entry and provide amplification of the project goals; it must be totally relevant to the project/person
  • A photo of the project/person (to be used in publicity of Finalists)

Extra requirements for Young Professional of the Year Award and Professional Woman of Transport and Logistics:

  • One letter of reference
  • Individual’s Resume

A link to a nomination form has been provided for both the individual and the organisational award categories below. Utilisation of this nomination form is not compulsory however if you choose your own layout please ensure that all criteria are covered.
 
All nominations must be received by close of business  30th September 2018
 
Completed nominations are to be sent via email to: admin@cilta.com.au

Judging will be based on the outlined criteria for each Award. Entries from one organisation in multiple categories will be accepted. A link to a nomination form has been provided below for each Award category. For more details on the award categories and the selection criteria for these categories please refer to the information pack link. Download information pack
 
The Awards winners will be announced on 27th October 2018 at the 2018 Annual Awards Event to be held at the Fremantle Esplanade Hotel, Cnr Marine Terrace and Essex Street,  Fremantle WA, commencing at 11:30am.  All attendees are required to purchase tickets to attend. There is no cost to nominate.

Primary Event Contact:

Karyn Welsh - 1300 68 11 34 || admin@cilta.com.au

Registration Link:

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