• LOGISTICS ACHIEVER AWARDS

    Rewarding Excellence

    Rewarding Excellence in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
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  • LOGISTICS ACHIEVER AWARDS

    Encouraging Innovation

    Encouraging Innovation in Logistics and Supply Chain.
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  • LOGISTICS ACHIEVER AWARDS

    Creating Awareness

    Creating Awareness of the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry.
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Logistics Achiever Awards Objectives

Recognise Excellence

To recognise professionalism and excellence in the effective application of strategic, tactical, and operational logistics and supply chain management principles, concepts, and practices in Southern Africa.

Encourage Innovation

To encourage all companies and organisations in Southern Africa to review, evaluate and upgrade their current logistics and supply chain management.

Create Awareness

To create a greater awareness and understanding of the value of effective logistics and supply chain management.

Entries close 25 Feb 2022

Why Enter

Industry Recognition

In 2022 the Logistics Achiever Awards will be celebrating 31 years of rewarding excellence in logistics and supply chain management.

LAA recognises outstanding achievements and innovation that have created market advantage today for a strong, sustainable foundation into the future.

It is the premium platform for Southern African logistics and supply chain practitioners to not only be recognised, but to also share their organisation’s successes with our supply chain management community.

Industry Benchmark

The judging panel has historically included nominated representatives of various professional institutes, vocational societies and trade or industry associations involved in logistics and supply chain management in Southern Africa.

By ensuring that our judging panel is comprised of a broad range of experienced industry practitioners, entrants can be assured of a fair and balanced judging process.

Featured here are the panel of judges from the 30th Logistics Achiever Awards:

  • Dr Martin Bailey, representing the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport SA
  • Mike Johnston, representing the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
  • Clayton Thomas, representing the Southern African Institute of Industrial Engineering
  • Dr. Juanita Maree, Chairperson of the SA Association of Freight Forwarders
  • Leon Raath, Independent Judge
  • Charles Dey, Chairman of the LAA judging panel
  • Gavin Kelly, CEO of The Road Freight Association
  • Garry Marshall, representing SA Express Parcel Association
  • Mungo Park, President of SAPICS the Supply Chain Network (not seen in pic)

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Logistics Achiever Awards 2019 Gallery