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ALE employee nominated for Trucking Woman of The Year Award

Melira Lister, Logistic Manager for ALE’s Australia branch, has been nominated for the Queensland Trucking Association’s (QTA) ‘Trucking Woman of The Year Award’.

 

The prestigious QTA Ltd Industry Awards are presented annually in the region. They celebrate achievements within the transport industry and the commitment of those involved. The ‘Trucking Woman of the Year’ award aims to recognise women who are making a significant contribution to the industry.

Melira is an active supporter of forums and events and has been responsible for the achievement of many ‘firsts’ in Australia that have contributed to greater efficiency in heavylifting and transportation. Most recently, Melira has helped ALE to bring their freestanding tower cranes to Australia for the first time, to be used in the installation of a large-scale project.

Melira shared, “I am excited to be a part of the ingenuity that seeks to push the limit on current logistical envelopes. I am also determined to make my mark in the industry and set a strong example of what perseverance, passion and strength can achieve to give other women the confidence to step up and drive the industry forward.”

The QTA’s Annual Dinner and Awards Night will take place on 7th September at the Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane.

This news coincides with Melira’s recent achievement of a place on the QTA and Daimler Emerging Leaders Scholarship Program.

The scholarship provides development opportunities for emerging leaders in the transport and logistics industry who have a passion for the industry with a demonstrated commitment and desire to contribute to its future.

The program supports leadership potential with tailored coaching, education and resources that will develop Melira’s capability to contribute to the productivity, efficiency and safety of ALE. The recipients will be a part of the next generation of industry leaders, strengthening advances and cultivating the future prosperity of the industry.

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