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Latrobe Valley Supply Chain Transition Program

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The Latrobe Valley Supply Chain Transition Program (LVSCTP) is a fund of up to $5 million that will provide intensive tailored support to businesses in the Latrobe Valley supply chain to guide them through the transition period as Hazelwood Power Station and Mine and Carter Holt Harvey Saw Mill close.

The LVSCTP is focused on retaining industry capability and jobs in the Latrobe Valley that might otherwise be lost due to the Hazelwood and Carter Holt Harvey closures.

The LVSCTP is part of the Victorian Government’s $40 million Latrobe Valley Economic Development Program (LVEDP) which targets the needs of the region and intensifies government’s efforts to support its economic diversification, growth and resilience.

The LVSCTP will provide Latrobe Valley supply chain companies with the support they need to plan for their future, including access to new sectors and markets.

This will be achieved by:

  • Providing intensive support to equip supply chain companies with options and strategies for transition
  • Offering assistance to implement key recommendations identified in the plan.

Latrobe Valley Supply Chain Transition Program (LVSCTP) application guidelines

Seeking Suppliers to deliver services for the Latrobe Valley Supply Chain Transition Program (LVSCTP)

Apply to develop and implement a transition plan for your Latrobe Valley  supply chain company

The Business in Transition Support (BiTS) program is also available to help businesses to support their workers following retrenchment.

Small Businesses Victoria will be offering a range of services to help affected businesses move forward, including business mentoring.



    

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Last Updated: 12 January 2018