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Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Innovations Awards for Logistics and Transport Sector 2016

The WSH Innovation Awards aims to recognise work teams which have come up with innovative solutions that improve safety and health standards in the workplace. This award is presented by the Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC) and organised by the Singapore Logistics Association (SLA). The application period opens from January - March 2016. For any further queries, please drop an email to slamail@sla.org.sg.

The Logistics Academy (TLA)

Towards Quality and Lifelong Learning


TLA by the Singapore Logistics Association marks a step forward in the association's commitment towards providing quality training and lifelong learning for the logistics workforce. We hold courses all year long:

SLA Publications

Managing Logistics and Supply Chain Challenges

This book brings together logistics professionals, consultants and academics to provide a broad yet comprehensive perspective of the multi-faceted logistics and SCM industry in Singapore.

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SLA Picture Stories

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As our Member, you can Access Industry & Trade Information, Increase Your Business Opportunities, Develop Your Resources & many more.

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The finals of the Supply Chain Challenge 2015 was successfully graced on 27 July 2015 by the Guest of Honour - Mr Mr Law Chung Ming, Group Director, China Group, IE Singapore at SIM University.

Careers in Logistics

Singapore Logistics is a knowledge-intensive industry that contributes 9.4% of Singapore's GDP and employs over 180,000 workers.

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Logistics Capability Diagnosis Tool

Evaluate your company's capabilities in 7 business dimensions and benchmark your performance against your peers in the logistics sector.

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