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Proposed Merger between LAA and SCLAA

As previously communicated, the Logistics Association of Australia Limited (“LAA”) and the Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (“SCLAA”) have been moving towards a proposed merger to form a single member association to deliver superior benefits to our collective membership.

There has been significant progress over the past year with representatives of both associations working diligently and collaboratively towards creating a single association that all in our industry will be proud to engage with.

One of the constraints that both associations have experienced has been the workload on key voluntary personnel.

The LAA and SCLAA have agreed for both Boards of Directors to meet in Sydney during the week of Smart Conference & Expo 2013 (26 & 27 June 2013) with an aim of resolving elements of the merger plan.

We recognise that our joint membership base are very keen for us to progress this merger, however we ask for your understanding and look forward to your continuing support.

If you have questions, please feel free to get in contact with your local association representative.


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