CILT International President Dato’ Ts Abd Radzak Abd Malek invites submissions from all members on any Covid-19 response topic of relevance to our industry.
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 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."
International President calls for contributions from members on how our industry is responding around the world to Covid-19.
The next Best Practice Webinar will be on Global Compliance Gaps in Dangerous Goods Logistics and is scheduled for the 14th of October.
My nature is such that when somebody offers a challenge I’ll take it.
Chairperson pledges to make WiLAT the platform for Bangladeshi women in supply chain, logistics and transport industry to network and access opportunities for career advancement.
"The world is an uncertain and unnerving place right now. Technological advancement is creating a perfect storm of disruption, changing the way we shop, eat, work and communicate." Sean Culey