Industry Associations

We’re committed to collaborating with industry leaders to introduce new platforms and services to meet the needs of all participants within the supply chain. We create these innovations through our work directly with our customers, and the many associations to which we belong.

A selection of Industry Associations we collaborate with include:

Platinum Members: PMA Australia-New Zealand

PMA Australia-New Zealand
PMA Australia-New Zealand

PMA Australia-New Zealand Limited (PMA A-NZ) is the first stand-alone global affiliate of the Produce Marketing Association (PMA Global) - the leading global fresh produce trade association serving member companies around the world, from Salinas (USA) to Sydney (Australia), and every segment of the fresh fruit, vegetable, and floral supply chain. 

By working across the whole supply chain, PMA A-NZ strives to assist businesses to increase their sales of fresh and safe produce to regional and global consumers and develop their internal business capabilities through motivated and skilled employees.

As a platinum sponsor, CHEP supports a number of industry engagements with PMA A-NZ including its flagship event Hort Connections. CHEP works closely with members of the PMA A-NZ to unlock efficiencies within the supply chain, is actively involved in the PMA A-NZ Innovation Taskforce and supports the Mark Blue Scholarship, which is designed to help further young people's careers in the fresh produce and floral industries. In 2017 CHEP was a Finalist for 2017 AUSVEG National Awards for Excellence in the categories: Community Stewardship and Innovation Partner announced at Hort Connections.

Platinum Sponsor: Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC)

Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC)
Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC)

The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) exists to represent this vital industry, to support its growth in the future, creating more jobs and income for Australia, supporting farmers and regional communities and providing the highest quality products for Australians.

The AFGC achieves this by ensuring that political and policy decision makers and key stakeholders continue to recognise the importance of maintaining and growing a strong food and grocery manufacturing sector. The sector is the lifeblood of many of regional communities, and the backbone of the manufacturing sector continuing to go from strength to strength.

As a platinum sponsor, CHEP supports a number of industry engagements with the AFGC including the premier event for the nation’s $127.4 billion food and grocery sector, Food and Grocery Australia. CHEP works closely with members of the AFGC to unlock efficiencies within the supply chain – saving money and reducing waste, and is actively involved in speaker opportunities.

Signatory: Australian Packaging Covenant

Australian Packaging Covenant
Australian Packaging Covenant

APCO is a co-regulatory, not-for-profit organisation that partners with government and industry to reduce the harmful impact of packaging on the Australian environment.

As a signatory to APCO, CHEP has been involved in a number of events including hosting and addressing its membership-base on sustainability and supply chain initiatives. In 2017 CHEP was also awarded Packaging Manufacturer of the Year as part of the APCO Awards.

Associate Member: Australian Logistics Council

Australian Logistics Council
Australian Logistics Council

The Australian Logistics Council represents the major Australian logistics supply chain customers, providers, infrastructure owners and suppliers. Members span the entire supply chain, incorporating road, rail, sea, air, sea ports and intermodal ports.

ALC works with all levels of government to ensure it considers the needs of the logistics industry in its investment and policy decisions. ALC focuses its advocacy efforts on five key areas with the aim of improving supply chain efficiency:

  • Supply Chain Logistics Safety
  • Infrastructure
  • Regulation
  • Technology
  • People

Corporate Partner: National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO)

National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO)
National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO)

NAWO is an incorporated not-for-profit association led by an unpaid Board of dedicated senior professionals who are driven by NAWO’s vision - A world where women and men can be equally represented and valued at every level.

CHEP supports NAWO’s priorities to:

1. Develop the pipeline of female talent in operational environments (increase number of promotions, decrease dropouts, increase number of female recruits).

2. Equip women with the tools, resources and networks they need to successfully drive and navigate their own careers.

3. Work actively with organisations to achieve step-change progress in their attraction, development and retention of women.

CHEP has been a partner of NAWO since inception and currently has representatives on the NAWO Committee to coordinate and support its events.

Member: Hargraves Institute

Hargraves Institute
Hargraves Institute

Founded in 2006 by 12 leading organisations, Hargraves is a community of individuals and organisations helping peers excel through innovation and collaboration.

The key to Hargraves is ‘Collective Wisdom’. Knowledge and learning shared between members through collaboration, trusted conversations and connections.

Members engage and participate with:

  • An enthusiasm to share their ideas and innovation experiences.
  • A willingness to connect with peers and build direct relationships.
  • An understanding that great insights often come from people working in completely different sectors or industries.
  • A non-competitive approach in a safe environment to inspire innovation and foster collaboration.

In 2017, CHEP was awarded the Lawrence Hargrave Award for the introduction of the Discovery Driven Innovation to Australia and thought leadership contributions to industry.

Member: POPAI

POPAI
POPAI

POPAI is the only global, not for profit industry association exclusively advocating for excellence in shopper marketing and retail experience.

With 20 offices covering 45 countries and over 1700 member companies worldwide, POPAI brings global best practice intelligence, resources, recognition and networks and to members.

In 2016, CHEP received a Gold award in Shopper Experience - Environmental Stewardship for the Retail Display Pallet and Beverage Tray System and a silver award in Physical Store - Category Management for the Retail Modular Pallet at the annual POPAI Awards. In 2017, CHEP employees also were involved on the judging panel for these awards.

Member: AusContact

AusContact
AusContact

The Auscontact Association is the united voice for the customer contact industry in Australia, connecting people, industries and organisations, locally and globally, to deliver excellence in customer contact experience.

In 2017, CHEP was as a finalist for Best Contact Centre team, recognising outstanding customer service by individuals and contact centres from around Australia.

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