Representative Bodies

Australian Freight Councils Network (AFCN)

The AFCN is a formal coalition of freight and logistics councils operating in Australia. A key role of the AFCN is to identify and address constraints and impediments to the efficient operation of supply chains and Australia’s Transport and Logistics industry generally. Members of the AFCN endeavour to realise synergies and increase communication on issues of both state and national significance.

Australian Logistics Council (ALC):

The Australian Logistics Council is a peak tional body representing the major and national companies in the Australian freight transport and logistics supply chain.

ALC is a leading national advocacy organisation on freight transport and logistics supply chain regulation and infrastructure issues.

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Australia (CILTA):

The CILT is a national professional institution that represents the transport and logistics industry in Australia. The CILT comprises members of the transport and logistics Industry. It seeks to provide leadership in research, policy and professional development and supports continuous improvement in the transport and logistics industry.

Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA):

The Supply Chain and Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) is Australia’s largest association for Supply Chain and Logistics professionals and practitioners which has served the profession for four decades in various forms most recently as the Logistics Association of Australia. The SCLAA has established divisions in all states; at the National level the SCLAA conducts the annual Supply Chain and Logistics Conference and a National Awards ceremony. The structure and local representation of the SCLAA at the state level maximises the relevance of activities.