Thursday 9th Jul 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Time to digitise your supply chain

Three out of five manufacturers do not have real-time visibility of stock levels within the organisation. Not only that, some 68 per cent do not have a real-time view of manufacturing volumes across plants within the organisation.

CILT hopes to attract talent with virtual careers fair

The CILT is launching its first ever live virtual careers fair for students looking for a career in logistics and transport. The interactive fair is to be streamed on the Institute’s Facebook page on 22nd November.

Dennison CILT Northern Ireland officer

Pamela Dennison has been appointed national regional officer for the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Northern Ireland. Dennison will primarily be responsible for raising the profile of logistics and transport within Northern Ireland and for CILT membership in the region. 

CILT joins forces with the RSA

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has merged with the Railway Study Association (RSA) to create a forum for the rail sector.

Robotics is becoming critical to logistics

One in five business leaders in transport and distribution expect automation to have a high impact with more than 30 per cent of jobs automatable, according to a report from the Royal Society of Arts.

Book your ticket for Brexit – it’s a must!

Has your organisation booked its ticket for Brexit? For most of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport’s corporate and individual members, I passionately believe that positive and immediate action is required if we are to successfully negotiate Brexit, writes CILT chief executive Kevin Richardson. Whether you voted for Brexit or not, it really doesn’t […]

Carrot spaghetti: supply chain hero?

It’s estimated that almost two million tonnes of food is wasted in the grocery supply chain every year. A study last year by WRAP, the food waste charity, calculated that action to increase prevention of waste could save businesses £300 million a year.