COVID-19 impacts on transport.Continue reading
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Well, I hope that you and your family are coping with your isolation. Just some more holiday reading…. When we hear some relevant supply – chain information, we will produce a Friday Factsheet for members. Please provide any updates that we can circulate to others. For back issues of this Factsheet, go to www.cilt.co.nz and […]Continue reading
Background What a difference a week makes! We hope that you are coping well – and enjoying time with loved one – or, if you are still driving to work, enjoying the quiet roads! When we hear some relevant supply – chain information, we will produce a Friday Factsheet for members. Please provide any updates […]Continue reading
Background It is evident that uncertainty exists in the supply chain during this current crisis. This can be reduced by information flowing between the links, providing warning and reassurance. When we hear some relevant supply – chain information, we will produce a Friday Factsheet for members. Air NZ – a great comment from Jacinda Ardern […]Continue reading
There were over 50 people there for a great presentation by Robert Anderson (MoT) and Ton Gott (MartinJenkins). Many thanks to MoT for supplying the venue sponsoring last lunch. It was a very informative session and we are happy to verify attendance for people wanting to claim professional development credits for other professional memberships. Thank […]Continue reading
Ken Gilligan was presented with his Life Membership Certificate of the CILT today, at Napier Port, on 24 January 2020. The certificate was presented by David Kriel, General Manager Commercial at Napier Port. David, a Fellow Chartered Member of the Institute was asked by the CILT National President, Keith Robinson, to present the Life Membership […]Continue reading
Geoff Bone, Event Director – NZ Agricultural Show, talked about the challenges associated with organizing the largest event of the South Island. Kris Lancaster, Chair Southern Section, gave an update about plans for the next year and wished everyone a Happy Christmas and New Year. See you everyone in 2020.Continue reading
11th December 2019 At our Manchester Convention in June we announced that CILT International & CILT UK would come together in order to – Create a Global Institute for a Global Profession Deliver enhanced value to our members Combine resources to allow investment in education & membership services globally This is planned to enable – […]Continue reading
CILT and Arup are pleased to have hosted an event on ‘Building transport and logistics infrastructure in Asia’ on 19th November 2019. It was great to hear the speakers present on a range of topics, from challenges associated with port automation, to the development of bus network in Singapore, and working on public transport in Malaysia. […]Continue reading
The CILT Film – 100 Years of CILT.Continue reading
Chris Gunn (left) receives a token of appreciation from Southern Section Chair Kris Lancaster at the Southern Section’s AGM on 8 October 2019.Continue reading
Grace Ryan (right) receives her CMILT certificate from Southern Section Chair Kris Lancaster at the section’s committee meeting held on 22 October 2019.
Grace works for GHD in Christchurch and is an active member of CILT.
Keith Robinson, President of CILT NZ, announced that the planning of the 2020 Annual Awards Dinner in Auckland on the 23rd October 2020 was well underway.Continue reading