2014 Award Winners

Academic and Research Category

The CILT Award for the best undergraduate level project on a logistics and transport topic submitted for academic credit in an accredited Tertiary Academic Institution in New Zealand or supervised by a registered New Zealand member of CILT teaching in an accredited foreign academic program involved with logistics and transport 2014.

Winner: Sara Sadiq Al Najjar

Sponsor: CILT NZ

Sara is on the right , Lorraine Cowley centre and Zahra Khalil Mayoof who was Highly Commended.

The CILT Award for Overall Outstanding Achievement

Award for achievement in a Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport qualification completed in the previous academic year in New Zealand, or elsewhere if the nominee is a student taught by New Zealand registered members of CILT 2014.

Winner: Annie (Thuy) Pham

Sponsor: Dexion

Richard Smart from Dexion, Walter Glass from Logistics Training Group (LTG) and Annie (Thuy) Pham who won both the Dexion Sponsored Award and The LTG Sponsored Award as following details.

The CILT NZ Award for the Logistics Training Groups Top Graduate in the CILT UK Professional Diploma in Logistics and Transport 2014

Winner: Annie (Thuy) Pham

Sponsor: Logistics Training Group

Annie won both the two above awards.

The CILT NZ Award for Overall Outstanding Achievement

Award for achievement in programs with a focus on Transport and Logistics taught in New Zealand leading to a Postgraduate level Certificate or Diploma or Degree 2014.

Winners: Fortune Tlapi and Rowan Dunn. This year we have joint winners. Both are Massey University postgraduate diploma graduates.

Sponsor: CILT NZ

Fortune Tlapi, Chris Kissling Convenor of the Judging Panel presents Rowan’s award to Paul Childerhouse ( Massey University Tutor – Rowan was unable to attend)

The Ministry of Transport Award

Winner: Jayden MacRae

Sponsor: The Ministry of Transport

Martin Matthews CEO MOT and Jayden MacRae

Communications and Industry Category Awards

The CILT Award for the Most Meritorious Published Article in a New Zealand Publication

Winner: Nigel Parry

Sponsor: CILT NZ

Nigel Parry receives his award from CILT President Chin Abeywickrama

The CILT Award for the Most Meritorious Presentation 2014

Winner: Matthew Foster – Synlait Milk Ltd

Sponsor: Kissling Consulting Ltd

Matthew Foster receives his award from CILT President Chin Abeywickrama

The CILT Award for Public Transport Innovation

Winners: Auckland Transport (AT) & Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT )

Sponsor: CILT NZ

Chin Abeywickrama with Lawrence Wong (AT) and Peter Quigg (MIT)

The CILT Award for Supply Chain Innovation

Winner: Netlogix Ltd

Sponsor: Dexion

Left is Mark Rogers of Netlogix middle is Richard Smart, Dexion, right is Paul Harper of Netlogix

The CILT Award for Safety, Security and Environmental Innovation

Winner: Waste Management Ltd – Health, Safety & Training Team

Sponsor: CentrePort

Guy Smith receives the award on behalf of the WM Team from Steve Harris of CentrePort

CILT Mentoring Program

Scholarship Winners:
Carol Hullah and Ying Xie were the successful proteges who applied for the CILT NZ mentoring programme, sponsored by Pacifica Shipping and Ports of Auckland. They now have the opportunity to liaise with an assigned mentor over a period of time, which will provide them with access to new perspectives and strategies, thus increasing their potential to fast-track their careers.

Sponsors: Pacifica Shipping and Ports of Auckland Ltd

Carol Hullah on the left Dr JeanPaul Thull (CILT Mentoring Convenor) and Ying Xie

President’s Award

Winners: David Kriel and Cormac McBride – this is a special award not given every year.

David Kriel (left) and Cormac McBride

CILT Excellence Awards

The Young Achiever of the Year 2014

Winner: Nick Flack

Sponsor: Port of Tauranga Ltd

Nick Flack receives his award from Chin Abeywickrama

The Norman Spencer Memorial Medal

Winner: Dr Murray King

Sponsor: CILT NZ

Dr Murray King and Chin Abeywickrama

The Sir Bob Owens Award

Winner: Morris McFall

Sponsor: CILT NZ

Morris McFall

Leaders for the Future

The Leaders for the Future graduates received their certificates.

Jo Brosnahan is the Convenor of the LFTF Programme and Vicky Pond-Dunlop the programme manager.

See Award Categories and Criteria.