ANL Congratulates RMIT Award Recipients

ANL is committed to working with young talent, providing them with unique industry opportunities to build a better future.

For the past 16 years, ANL has offered a diverse range of career prospects for students through the Co-Op and Graduate Program which looks to integrate industry-based learning as part of their tertiary education before they officially begin their career.

This year, ANL sponsored four awards in partnership with RMIT for top performing students, these included: Bachelor of Business (Logistics and Supply Chain Management), Bachelor of Business (Economics and Finance) and Bachelor of Business (International Business).

This month, the prize recipients were announced at ‘The 2020 Best of Business and Law ceremony’.

ANL would like to formally congratulate the following students;

Academic Excellence in Logistics and Supply Chain - Kyle Mulder

Kyle currently works at Linfox within the transport sector. The role works in conjunction with Woolworths to facilitate fresh produce deliveries throughout Victoria.

Top Performing Logistics Student - Tran Anh Truc Vuong

Currently a second-year student, Tran is hoping to pursue a career in analytics within the logistics and supply chain industry upon graduating.

Top Performing Economics and Finance Student - Luong Thi Van Anh

Currently completing her degree, Luong hopes to secure an internship in the near future.

Academic Excellence in International Business - Benjamin Abbey

Benjamin currently resides in Canberra and will join the Commonwealth Department of the Treasury as an Analyst.

Additionally, ANL’s Assistant Line Manager (PNG Trades and Pacific Islands) Aadil Machiwala was also awarded the David Hay Scholarship, which is awarded to the highest performing RMIT student in master’s in supply chain and logistics. Aadil began his career with ANL as part of the 2018 fast track rotational graduate cohort and worked through a number of departments including: Customer Service & Sales, Communications & Marketing, Vessel Operations & Procurement and Trade management. In 2020, Aadil completed his master’s degree in supply chain and logistics and finished in the top 2% of all RMIT students that year.

ANL & CMA CGM’s Director of Human Resources (Oceania) Rajita Radhakrishnan says “ANL and CMA CGM Group are committed to working together with universities across Australia and New Zealand to foster and encourage young talent into the Supply Chain and Logistics industry. We have a strong partnership with RMIT University across all disciplines and are keen to ensure industry relevant skills are always encouraged within the learning environment. Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s awards, we wish you a rewarding and successful career ahead.”