On the 1st of January 2020, Sir Peter Hendy stepped down, and Dato’ Ts Abd Radzak Abd Malek became International President of CILT, beginning a two year tenure that will run until the end of 2022. A long serving member of CILT Malaysia, and a veteran of the logistics industry, Dato’ Radzak will focus on […]Continue reading
We Are CILT The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is proud to have been supporting industry professionals for 100 years. A century dedicated to improving standards, providing education, and supporting our members across the world.From our first days as the Institute of Transport, we have grown to become CILT, the leading professional body for […]Continue reading
CILT is very thankful to have two Silver National Sponsors: We can now also announce our first partner for our Awards event in Auckland in October. Cubic Transport (www.cubic.co.nz) have signed up to sponsor the Welcome Dinner the night before the big day. Cubic have also agreed to sponsor their local branch, Auckland. https://cilt.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/CILT-NZ-Sponsorship-Pack-2019-2021-v2.pdf For more […]Continue reading
ITS New Zealand, the NZ Transport Agency and the Transport Knowledge Hub are launching two research reports on the future data, skills and training requirements to support future intelligent transport systems (ITS) in New Zealand.Continue reading
We are pleased to welcome the announcement by Hon Simon Bridges, Minister of Transport, confirming that the Waterview Tunnel will open in early July 2017.Continue reading
When passengers and crew miss their flights, the knock-on effect can create air travel pandemonium that stretches out to other cities and countries.
For Auckland International Airport, this is exactly what played out in December 2016.
The new platform that vWork launched 13th January 2017 for NZ transport and logistics companies. The tool was dreamed up by the founder Sam Morgan of Trade Me.
Mike O’Donnell provided a preview of the platform when he was a guest speaker at the CILT conference October last year, 2016.
The Ministry of Transport and the NZ Transport Agency review team has been looking at how the Vehicle Dimensions and Mass 2002 (VDAM) rule – which regulates the size and weight of vehicles – can be revised to allow trucks to carry more per trip, while maintaining road safety.Continue reading