On 24th – 27th April 2023, the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) Rwanda held the annual Africa Forum in Rwanda, for an exciting four days of learning, networking and discussion.
We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to Umar Balarabe Wambai who was recently awarded the Teete OWUSU-NORTEY FCILT Next Generation Africa Award 2023 (NGAA).
We are pleased to announce that The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – North America (CILTNA) have recently secured a partnership with George Brown College’s (GBC) School
An interview with Professor Dr Rod Franklin ahead of his CILT webinar on 'Where Digitalisation is Heading in the Transport and Logistics Sector'.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its Green Technology and Sustainability Bulletin 2021.
Secretary General Keith Newton considers supply chain capability requirements from manufacture through to the last mile
Megan Yeates, a Next Generation member from Ireland looks back on an unexpected year.
In times of crisis what areas should you consider to protect supply chain from further damage?
Keith Newton considers the global cost of trade and the impact of Covid-19.
Soroosh Saghiri and Michael Bourlakis discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the need for greater focus on supply chain resilience.
It seems that everything is changing at once, creating a dangerous cocktail of uncertainty and risk, but there is nothing new about businesses needing to respond to changing supply and demand.
CILT Singapore Chairman Karmjit Singh argues that in the wake of the pandemic there are opportunities as well as challenges.