Volume 20, Issue 1
In this issue we review the OAG's latest audit of port companies, look at managing supply chain vehicle-related risks, and see inside New Zealands's Rail Network Investment Programme. We meet the 2021 CILT Young Achiever of the Year, explore the possible future of urban public transport, and take a tour of PrimePort. We look into user centric transport services, highlight the National Forum Decarbonising Transport 2050 Challenge, and lastly, look at how New Zealand's Public Transport Operating Model is working in practice.
Volume 19, Issue 4
In this issue we look into supply chain congestion in the context of the Suez Canal obstruction and delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We also explore the Government's long term plans for rail in New Zealand and recent research about its true economic value, along with a focus on decarbonising transport and the freight supply chain. We visit a decarbonised future, and Lyttelton Port, and lastly we call for nominations for the 2021 CILT Awards.
Volume 19, Issue 3
In this issue we celebrate our rising stars, delve into the trillion-dollar supply chain question and see what the He Pou a Rangi report means for freight. We also check in with Eastland Port, take a second look at drone technology and conservation, review CILT's mentoring programme, and consider how a proposed departure tax might benefit New Zealand.
Volume 19, Issue 2
In this issue we meet the winners of the CILT NZ 2020 Awards, explore the supply chain practitioner's career, visit Port Otago, understand toll road demand and revenue, and take a look at the nearly completed hospital ship Global Mercy.
Volume 19, Issue 1
Dear readers, please note that due to Covid-19 disruptions the CILT annual AGM and Awards 2020 dinner has been CANCELLED.
In this issue we summarise the recent developments in the RMA field, dive into Port Taranaki and discover carbon-free, zero-emission electric ships. Also: how drones can help in an era of Coronavirus, and Rail Safety Week - a short week, but a long message.
Volume 18, Issue 4
In this issue we look at how our transport modes have recovered after Covid-19. We also report on the Oceania cruise market, Port Nelson, and how to know if someone should be an independent contractor or an employee.
Volume 18, Issue 3
In this issue we celebrate rising stars in our industry and a new CILT life member. We report on the 2019 China International Logistics Summit, explore the Draft New Zealand rail plan, and the future of Napier Port. We look at the reform of vocational education, the challenges of delivering infrastructure to far-flung corners of New Zealand, and continue our focus on electric vehicles and alternative fuel options.
Volume 18, Issue 2
In this issue we cover the CILT NZ 2019 Awards event. We also look at road transport as an urgent public health matter, restoration of the North Auckland rail line, our pathway from fossil fuels to sustainability, and a complex engineering challenge underneath the Auckland CPO.
Volume 18, Issue 1
In this issue we explore valuing freight transport time and reliability, our fuels for the future, and preventing deaths and serious injuries on our roads.
Volume 17, Issue 4
In this issue we ask, what will come next for transport electrification? We also take a look at the road toll in New Zealand and how to reduce it, the rebuild of the Waiho River bridge, and more.
Volume 17 , Issue 3
In this issue we dive in to the NZ Cruise Industry for an in-depth look at NZ's environmental regulation and supporting infrastructure. We also farewell our administration superstar, Marilyn Henderson, and welcome Andrew Stone stepping into the role.
Volume 17, Issue 2
In this issue we cover the CILT NZ 2018 Awards event. We also look at Australian light rail systems and lessons for NZ, keeping freight flowing after the Kaikoura earthquake, and CILT NZ Leaders for the Future programme celebrating five years.
Volume 17, Issue 1
In this issue we look at deviating vessels, the state of sleep in NZ's commercial transport operators, preparing for the future of electric vehicles and cross-border e-commerce in China, plus the usual mix of the latest logistics and transport news.