VIVA ENERGY AUSTRALIA
The award recognises companies that have taken proactive steps to improve diversity and the participation of women in their workforce. It also recognises women who have shown leadership through programs, initiatives and achievements they have attained in the transport and logistics sector.
LOGICAL STAFFING SOLUTIONS
This award recognises innovative programs or initiatives that focus on recruitment, training and up skilling people. The judges will look for examples of ‘whole of company’ approaches to training, innovative training or recruitment programs, innovative HR practices, career pathway strategies, or succession planning.
This award recognises the most innovative and practical safety solution on road or in the workplace across the transport and logistics industry. The judges will look for cost effective solutions involving staff and customers.
Solutions that demonstrate excellence in safety compliance and accreditation will be highly regarded.
TRANSPORT CERTIFICATION AUSTRALIA
This award recognises the individual, group or organisation that has applied innovative technology systems to their business to enhance productivity or solve a problem resulting in a positive outcome. The judges will be interested in initiatives from warehousing, supply chain, environment, communication, safety, compliance or other related operations.
NATIONAL TRANSPORT INSURANCE
This Award will recognise the implementation of a policy or program and / or a technology innovation that improves sustainability. The judges will look for specific instances where a company can demonstrate: a reduction in total waste/energy, an increase in resource recovery, a staff training program implemented in their customer’s business to reduce, recycle, recover and the roll out of infrastructure to achieve sustainable outcomes.
DAIMLER TRUCK & BUS
The judges will look for nominations from the transport and logistics industry identifying young up-and-coming people. Nominations are encouraged from all sectors of the industry and from any level within an organisation. Qualifications are not a prerequisite for any nominee. The judges will be interested in hearing about the work ethics, attitude, initiative and future potential of nominees, as well as key achievements of the nominee to date. The award is open to people up to 35 years of age.
CMV TRUCK & BUS
This award recognises the person or persons who have made the most outstanding contribution to the Australian transport and logistics industry over an extended period of time. The judges will look for specific business initiatives, commitment to staff, contribution to the transport and logistics industry, profile in the community and overall leadership qualities. Referees and supporting material will form an important part in
judging this award.
Seven award categories will be awarded at the 2020 Australian Freight Industry Awards to be held on Sunday 29th November 2020. Simply click on the link below which will take you to a separate web page where you can complete a Nominee Entry Form. The criteria for each of the awards along with FAQ can be viewed below.
Individuals and organisations may enter on their own behalf or be nominated by their industry peers. Each nomination must be accompanied by a typed summary (of no more than 1,500 words) outlining why the nomination is being put forward. Supporting material in the form of charts, publications, diagrams or photos may be submitted with the summary.
Nominations are open to all organisations in the freight and logistics industry including suppliers, authorities and customers within Australia.
Yes you can nominate in as many categories as you wish as long as your nomination meets the specific judging criteria. Only one nomination is permitted for each category.
You are not permitted to re supply a written submission that was entered in previous years for the same category. Each year a new submission must be provided which answers all the criteria. Judging criteria is subject to various changes each year, so the same submission cannot be used.
The closing date for nominations is Monday 7th September 2020.
Entries in each category will be judged by independent panels appointed by the Chairman. The panels will be drawn from relevant industry representatives.
Finalists in each category will be notified in writing and are requested to attend the Award ceremony or in the case of the 2020 AFIA’s, present online during the awards ceremony. All finalists for each category will be announced at the ceremony along with the Winner.
Online tickets for the 2020 AFIA Virtual event are available FREE OF CHARGE. Simply visit the 2020 AFIA TICKETS page to register.
The judge’s decision will be final. No correspondence will be entered into by any member of the judging panel.