… heading towards “normal” ….
|CILT International Webinar||“Safe Practices in Passenger Transport Networks” – This was held earlier this week at 11.00pm. Here is a link to the session so you can listen to it at any time if you choose: https://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/safe-practices-in-passenger-transport-networks/|
|CILT Covid-19 Bulletin 5||CILT International has provided a link to several articles written by members around the world showing how different countries are coping with Covid-19 in relation to the management of their logistics. Well worth a read if you have time: https://mailchi.mp/8d7ea90a118f/cilt-covid-19-bulletin-2909353|
|Spare a thought shipping||According to an article written by Dave MacIntyre in the recent “Shipping Gazette”, the shipping industry has been hit hard by the impact of COVID-19.|
With the possible exception of tankers being used for floating storage, all other aspects of shipping appear to have been affected – by as much as a 60% drop in revenues. State aid has been very welcome by many players. The UK has invested £35m in the sector and South Korea US$1 billion! Hapag-Lloyd saw its net result fall by nearly 75%.
Rather than getting into price wars, the industry is reacting by “blanking” (cancelling) sailings to reduce capacity wastage.
It is hoped that volumes will rebound from July 2020.
|Free Webinar 23.06.20 – 10.00am||“Traffic Management in Warehousing” Presenter: Keith Robinson – www.dharmaadvisory.com To attend send for a link to email@example.com|
|CILT NZ Annual Awards event – date change. See: https://cilt.co.nz/2020-awards/||The CILT NZ Annual Awards event will be at the Royal NZ Yacht Squadron this year:|
Our event will now be on the 14th October 2020 – this year in Auckland. 5.30pm AGM 6.00pm Cocktail Welcome 7.00pm Awards Dinner starts See: www.rnzys.org.nz
A huge “thank you” to our Sponsors:
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Most of this information was provided to CILT through speaking to our members; if you have anything to add, please let me know – firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Robinson CILT NZ President 29th May 2020