The CILT Mentoring programme matches people seeking to progress their careers to work with mentors who share their knowledge and insights from working in the transport and logistics sectors. The mentor provides support and assists the mentee resolve challenges through confidential, open and honest discussion.
Completion of Mentoring Programme Certificate:
Ginny Christians (certificate collected by Philip King, chair of the Waikato /Bay of Plenty Section)
Hamish Quinn (certificate collected by Keith Robinson, CILT VP and chair of the Northern Section)
Regrettably neither winner was able to attend, so both certificates will be presented at a Section meeting.
Ports of Auckland Ltd
Christchurch International Airport Ltd
Winners of the 2017 Scholarships
Elizabeth (Liz) Anderson
Matthew (Matt) Wadsworth
Brian Plimmer, 25 Years Membership, Waikato/Bay of Plenty Section
John Power, 28 Years Membership, Southern Section
Roger Brown, 28 Years Membership, Southern Section
Reiner Tribbe, 38 Years Membership, Central Section
Brian Plimmer was the only one able to attend the event. Brian has been involved in the transport sector since the 1950’s including rural mail and courier services, air freight, the Commercial Road Users Association and various transport and freight committees for a range of industry groups and Chamber of commerce.
MITO / CILT Scholarship
Winner: Jonathan Stewart
Runner-up: Gene Kapea
Sponsor: This award is sponsored jointly by CILT and by MITO.
MITO facilitates apprenticeships and industrial training for New Zealand’s automotive, transport, logistics, textile fabrication and extractive industries. The award is a scholarship for an emerging industry leader, that has completed a MITO or Tranzqual qualification within the road transport, logistics, ports or stevedoring sectors, to assist them with their further professional development.
The Logistics Training Group Award
For the Top New Zealand Graduate in the CILT-UK Professional Diploma in Logistics & Transport 2017.
Winner: Corey Hartley
Sponsor: Logistics Training Group
The CILT Award
For overall (and sustained) outstanding achievement in a programme or project with a focus on Transport and Logistics taught in New Zealand leading to an accredited Postgraduate qualification 2017 .
Winner: Kirsty Curry
Regrettably Kirsty is overseas so was unable to attend. Nicole Timney, chair of the Southern Section received this award for her. This will be presented to Kirsty at a later date.
The Ministry of Transport Award
For outstanding achievement at Masters Level, in a dissertation or thesis with a focus on transport planning and policy, or transport and the economy, or supply chains and logistics or transport and environmental issues or some combination of these broad areas 2017.
Winner: Julian Joy
Sponsor: Ministry of Transport
Communication and Industry Awards
The CILT Communications Award 2017 for under 35s
This new award is to encourage the development of young professionals by providing recognition for articles in magazines or for presentations at Section meetings, CILT for workshops, industry conferences and forums.
Winner: Nick Flack
Sponsor: Dr Robin Dunlop, DRD Consulting
The CILT Award for Implementation and Practice 2017
This is an award for the organization(s) or team that has demonstrated sustained excellence in supply chain management/logistics/transport implementation and practice. We have two winners this year, both of whom have embraced modern technology to manage their logistics activities.
Winner: JPL Group
The CILT Award for Innovation in the Transport and Logistics Sectors 2017
The winner of this award must show a substantial level of success of the individuals or of their organizations involvement in the sector. This includes innovation in systems and technology in the new Zealand supply chain sector, public transport, cost effective innovation in safety devices, systems, procedures and regulations including care of the environment and bio-security in any aspect of the New Zealand logistics, transport or supply chain sectors involving the movement of people and freight. We have two winners this year.
Winner: Foodstuffs South Island
Winner: Port Nelson
Excellence Category Awards
The President’s Award is given on occasions for special contributions made by members to the Institute or to the logistics or transport industries. The 2017 winner has long been a member and supporter of the Institute, as well as being a leading global storage systems provider. The company was involved in the forward thinking,almost futuristic systems that were awarded prizes tonight.
In recognition of the company’s innovation & vision in the logistics industry, and for its professional support and services to Industry and CILT NZ, the President’s award is given to Dexion.
Sponsor: CILT NZ
Young Achiever of the Year 2017
The purpose of the Award is to provide incentive for, and recognition of, young achievers who are actively involved in the day-to-day operation and development of transport and/or logistics in New Zealand. The prize is attendance at the next year’s CILT International Conference 2018, which will be held in Poland.
Winner: Liam Winter
Sponsors: Foodstuffs NZ
The Sir Bob Owens Award
The Sir Bob Owens award is for an outstanding contribution to the logistics, transport or supply chain sectors. The winner is someone who has promoted professionalism and excellence through leadership and example: they have encouraged young people to enter the sector and assisted them in their development, and they have provided personal leadership on a voluntary basis in the wider community beyond anything to do with their paid employment.
Winner: Emeritus Professor Chris Kissling
Sponsor: CILT NZ
Leaders for the Future (LFTF)
The Leaders for the Future programme provides international leadership training in New Zealand and the UK. The initial programmes were developed for the Logistics and Transport industries in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. The programme tackles the issues that are challenging tomorrow’s leaders. It also offers insight and learning for leaders who know that to lead well, they must first focus on themselves. It involves learning from current leaders in the industry, about leadership issues confronting the sector and about how to lead in a new and rapidly changing environment.
The participants in the 2017 Course were presented with their Graduation Certificates.
Gareth Pert -Tranzliquid Bay of Plenty
Michelle Lewis – GHD Wellington
Aleisha Hunt – Netlogix Auckland
James Drummond – C3 Ltd Napier
Kieran Judge – KiwiRail Auckland
James Gleeson – Gleeson & Cox Transport Auckland
Shane Shang – Reach Logistics Auckland
Nigel Gear – Southport NZ Invercargill
Shane Carberry – C3 Ltd Gisborne
Jared Sherriff – Port of Napier
Shelley Tucker – Ministry of Transport Wellington
CILT NZ thanks all National Sponsors, Mentoring Sponsors and Award Sponsors for their support.