2018
Annual Excellence and Innovation Awards

11:30a - 3:30pm, Saturday, 27th October 2018
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle WA

Your are Invited to join us as we celebrate....


Please join CILT Australia for the announcement of our 2018 Transport and Logistics Industry Excellence and Innovation Awards and help us celebrate the exceptional achievement of organisations and individuals in our Industry!

Date:
Saturday 27th October 2018

Time:
11:30am - 3:30pm

Venue:
Rottnest Garden Room
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle
Cnr Marine Terrace and Essex Street, Fremantle WA

Dress:
Business Attire

Tickets:
Members - $140.00

Non-Members - $145.00

Table (10) - $1215.00
(includes Lunch, entertainment and Beverages)

Special Guests:
Steve Mills - MC
Guest Speaker Deputy Secretary John Carey

Award Presentations:


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


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