Awards
Our Awards confirm our commitment to creating a safe and sustainable environment for our customers and staff.
Max Luff- Australian Freight and Logistics Personality of the Year 2011
Border Express Chairman, Max Luff, was presented with the award of Australian Freight and Logistics Personality of the Year for 2011 by the Victorian Transport Association. 

Category: Australian Freight and Logistics Personality of the Year
Winner: Max Luff 
Article: VTA Congratulates Freight Industry Award Winners 
Photo: From left: Paul Freestone, President of the Victorian Transport Association, Terry Mulder, Minister for Roads and Public Transport, Max Luff, Mark Luff, Grant Luff and Geoff Luff.
SRCC Safety Awards finalists
The Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC) has presented the 2011 SRCC Safety Awards.

The winners and finalists in each of the six award categories include:
Category Five: Best Individual Contribution to Health and Safety
Sub-category a): An employee
Finalist: Kevin Dettmann, Border Express

Category Six: Rehabilitation and Return to Work Award
Sub-Category a): An organisation
High Commendation: Border Express

Article: SRCC Safety Awards finalists announced
Award: Finalist
Award: High Commendation
Photo: Jacinta Macaulay and Kevin Dettmann
NSW Training Awards
The winners of the 2011 NSW Training awards were announced at a Gala Dinner hosted by the Hon. Adrian Piccoli, Minister for Education. Over 850 guests attended the prestigious event to celebrate and recognise excellence in the vocational education and training sector.

Category: 2011 NSW Large Employer of the Year
Finalist: Border Express
Letter: Finalist Letter
2010 SRCC Safety Awards
The winners of the 2010 SRCC Safety Awards were presented on Thursday 23 September 2010 at The Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra.

The 2010 Award winners and finalists were...
Category Six: Rehabilitation and Return to Work Award
Sub-category b) An outstanding contribution by an individual in rehabilitation and return to work.

Winner: Jacinta Macaulay; Border Express
Web: SRCC 2010 Awards
News Article: Safety first for Border firm
News Article: Award to rehab 'star'
Murray Industry & Community Education Employment Partnership Inc.
  • Recognition of Border Express’s exceptional participation in the Vocational Education and Training Structured Workplace Learning Program
Award: Certificate Of Excellence
Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Awards 2008
  • Finalist for the award "outstanding EEO practice for the advancement of women in non-traditional roles"
Article: Border Express Write Up
Award: 2008 Finalist Certificate
The NSW and ACT Family Business of the Year Awards
  • 2nd Generation Family Business of the Year 2007
Article: Family first, even in business
Press Release: Border Express Announced 2nd Generation Winner of the NSW & ACT Family Business of the Year Awards

Criteria:
Criteria for Entry – is open to all businesses (both public and private) which are substantially owned and operated by a family or group of families and subject to the following criteria:
  • A solid record of financial performance and stability
  • Respect within their fields
  • A demonstrated commitment to the ideas of family business
  • Demonstrated good corporate citizenship through involvement in the communities in which they operate.
ACT Training Excellence Awards 2007
  • Aboriginal & Torres Stait Islander Student, Trainee or Apprectice of the Year - Simon McNally
Article: Simon McNally Recipient of ACT Training Excellence Award 2007
Australian Freight and Logistics Award
  • National Carrier of the Year
Article: Border Express honoured at freight industry awards
NSW Road Transport Association Inc.
  • NSW Master Carrier of the Year
Article: Firm drives off with award
Award: Master Carrier of the year
Australian Trucking Association
  • Training Excellence Award

Article: Improving staff skills brings rewards for Border Express
Award: Training Excellence Award
Certificate: Training Excellence Certificate

Criteria: The nominee for this award must be a private/public sector organisation associated with the Australian Trucking Industry. The organization must provide:
  • Formal employee training policies and procedures
  • A sample employee training plan
  • A summary of training for last three (3) years for all employees
  • Evidence of implementation of structural training for all employees over the last three (3) years
  • Demonstrated positive effect on organisational performance
The Lloyds List DCN Australian Shipping and Transport Awards
  • Industry Skills Development Award
Criteria:
  • This award is aimed at providing encouragement and recognition to organizations that are doing something to tackle the international transport sector's biggest problem: finding, training, and keeping good staff.
  • The award is open to all categories of training program. Entries can be made for company in-house training programs aimed at addressing industry skill shortages, and at retaining staff. They can also come from educational institutions and other professional training providers who believe that they have an innovative product to show. The judges will look for innovative presentation of training, and the extent to which such training programs are able to quantify results.
Award: Industry Skills Development Award
Regional Business Award
  • Overall excellence in business
  • Employer of choice
  • Excellence in business services
Article: City trucking firm drives on to excellence
Award: Business & Tourism Award
Award: Business Excellence Award