Emmanuel Zambo is a Congolese driver who has been driving long distance for over seven years. He says that truck driving has always been a tough job as
CILT invited to take part in UK Government led Virtual Trade Mission to develop links with Universities and other higher education partners in Pakistan Facilitated by the UK
CILT partnered the Central Asia Trade Forum to deliver our 14th International webinar on 'Covid-19's Impact on Regional Supply Chains – Strengthening Transport and Logistics Networks in Central Asia'.
“Without ships, more than planes I would say, the world would stop. Stop. Every shipment counts. They are more than just key workers, these people.”
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its ninth Covid-19 Best Practice Bulletin for members in the logistics, supply chain and transport sector.
CILT is delighted to have been able to work with the project team developing the Universal Logistics Standards
Best practices do not just involve materialistic approaches; harmonious psychological techniques are just as effective in maintaining a healthy and productive workforce
Alfred Fernandez CMILT from CILT Malaysia reflects upon the effect of the pandemic on aviation and makes recommendations on potential responses.
The Covid-19 Pandemic has disrupted the entire global supply chain and caused fluctuations in political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal systems around the world.
"It's an industry with a massive tailwind and a huge runway."
Safe and secure storage and transportation of high volumes of such a valuable commodity requires a water-tight supply chain.
"The combination of the Covid-19 pandemic along with the end of the Brexit ‘transition period’ is almost a perfect storm for businesses trading with or through the UK."