Getting competitive costs every time is essential to your bottom line whether you ship items by air or sea. While the existing negotiating system has long prevented shippers from engaging in productive negotiations, there are now more effective ways to do so that will increase profitability. Freight rate negotiations are now easier and more effective […]
An interview with Professor Dr Rod Franklin ahead of his CILT webinar on ‘Where Digitalisation is Heading in the Transport and Logistics Sector For more Details : An Interview with Professor Dr Rod Franklin
CILT International is pleased to announce the official launch of CILT Rwanda, the 38th branch of our global family. CILT Rwanda was inaugurated on the 30th of October 2021 in Kigali, and coincided with the first official graduation of its certified members in the country. Overall, CILT Rwanda graduated 67 members, including 14 women. For more Details […]
The International President for Africa (IVP) and Chairman of the Africa Forum, Dr Newton Demba, is pleased to announce revised dates for the Africa Forum Conference which was due to be hosted in Accra, Ghana last month. The decision to postpone was part of a series of precautionary measures being implemented by CILT in an […]
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its sixth Covid-19 Best Practice Bulletin for members in the logistics, supply chain and transport sector. The theme of this bulletin is business continuity and the ongoing management of risk. We are taking the first steps along the road of understanding the global situation in […]
Our fifth Covid-19 international response webinar discussing Business Continuity and the Ongoing Management of Risk. Guest Speakers are Vicky Koo, Director of Vizilog Asia Ltd. and Oliver Cofler, Director at SCALA Consulting.