Secretary General Keith Newton considers supply chain capability requirements from manufacture through to the last mile
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its eighth Covid-19 Best Practice Bulletin for members in the logistics, supply chain and transport sector
People’s lives and livelihoods are being threatened, and responses are strong in fighting a difficult opponent.
A snapshot of the “realities on the ground” for the logistics sector.
Disrupted supply chains and reduced cargo demands, alongside persistent increases in logistics costs due to fluctuating air and sea carriage capacities, have hurt the bottom line of all enterprises.
How focus and innovation in India provides essential food for millions. Covid-19 will bring Rapid Adoption of new technological solutions. Is that a fact?
Practical advice on how UK logistics businesses can restart their operations safely, effectively and quickly as the nation emerges from lockdown.
The logistics and transport industry in Sri Lanka has demonstrated a flexible and innovative response to lockdown measures.
CILT has the important role of representing our members' interests and being the voice of the industry with transport ministries and policy makers
Director of the Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corp lab discusses future challenges in logistics industry.
The Win-Win algorithm – Professor Hoong Chuin Lau to talk research and technology in Last Mile Logistics at China Cpnference
Conference on Research for Transport and Logistics Industry co-organised by CILT Sri Lanka