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24 November 2021 - Making the Physical Internet a Reality with Ben Waller

CILT International are pleased to announce that for the next session in their Digitalisation Series, Stephen Rinsler will be In Conversation with Ben Waller to discuss Making the Physical Internet a Reality.

This is a pre-recorded session for members to enjoy at a time that suits them, and will be released next week on Wednesday 24th November.

Steve Rinsler and Ben Waller will discuss the physical internet, explore how it could work, and explain why it is not just jargon and hype…

Ben is a freelance writer, consultant, and occasional lecturer, with over twenty years of experience in supply chain research and consultancy, primarily in the automotive sector.

Stephen is a lifetime supply chain and procurement logistician who has run large supply chains in Unilever from forecasting and procurement through demand and factory planning to warehousing and distribution. He was a Director of Exel Logistics (DHL) and now is a Director of Bisham Consulting. Passionate about education and learning he has chaired both CILT UK and CILT International.

The conversation with Steve and Ben is on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/64wVl_VrV9M and in the Publications section of the international website, and via CILT international social media channels on Wednesday 24 November.

17 November 2021 - How Digitalisation Supports Trade Collaboration

CILT International are pleased to announce that the next webinar in their Digitalisation Series will be an international panel discussion hosted by the International Business Forum on the theme of How Digitalisation Supports Trade Collaboration.

This webinar, moderated by Reshma Yousuf from CILT Malaysia, will provide an understanding of the global trade digitalisation landscape, and consider the benefits of digitalisation in facilitating collaboration and networking across borders. The session will also examine digital adoption and partnership opportunities using the Central Asia market as a case study, and provide an introduction to drone technology and its logistics capabilities.

Guest speakers are:

• Ian Watt, UN CEFACT Vice-Chair International Supply Chain Programme Development Area, Australia who will share his presentation on Global Trade Facilitation through Digitalisation and Industry 4.0. Ian will give an overview of global trade facilitation and the international standards supporting it, and discuss the advantages and pitfalls of digitalisation.

• Romesh David, Chief Executive Officer, South Asia Gateway Terminals, Sri Lanka who will discuss Digitalisation and Collaborations, considering the essentials of networking and where to start.

• Marina Kuznechevskaya, Country Manager, FlyDubai, Kazakhstan who will examine the New World of Digital Trade – A Central Asian Perspective. Marina will give an overview of the Central Asian market, review the current status of digital adoption, and consider the opportunities and challenges.

• Yaniv Gelnik, Chief Revenue Officer, Cloudline Dynamics, Kenya who will discuss the Evolution of Last Mile Delivery – Drone Technology and All You Need to Know About It. In his presentation Yaniv will examine the evolution of Drone technology and its role in last mile delivery, consider the advantages and challenges of the various types of drones and ask whether drones are for all deliveries.

The session will be introduced by IBF Development Chairperson, Finbarr Cleary.

For full details please see the event listing at: https://ciltinternational.org/events/how-digitalisation-supports-trade-collaboration/ 

The recording is available on their YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLTQeplWEF8 

3 November 2021 - The Digital Railway – Smart Solutions Through Collaboration

CILT International  are pleased to announce that for the next session in their Digitalisation Series, CILT will be In Conversation with Daisy Chapman-Chamberlain, Rail Knowledge Transfer Manager, KTN who will provide an insight into digital techniques used across the rail sector.

This is a pre-recorded session for members to enjoy at a time that suits them which will be released next week on Wednesday 3 November.

In her conversation with CILT’s Jon Harris, Daisy draws on three case studies covering environmental issues, energy, communications, and customer needs to highlight how digitalisation is making a difference.

Daisy has a passion for transport transformation, accessibility, sustainability and inclusion. She facilitates the delivery of key regional and national rail strategies, providing innovation and funding stream support to companies within the rail sector and supply chain, and promoting knowledge transfer between the science base and the industry.

Find out more: https://ciltinternational.org/events/the-digital-railway-smart-solutions-through-collaboration-cilt-in-conversation-with-daisy-chapman-chamberlain/

The conversation with Daisy will be released on the CILT YouTube channel, in the Publications section of the international website. The direct link to the recording is https://youtu.be/GfpGUHB1keo.

21 October 2021 - Equipping Professionals for the Digital World: CILT in Conversation with Arnoud Dekkers

CILT International are pleased to announce that they have now released Equipping Professionals for the Digital World: CILT in Conversation with Arnoud Dekkers.

This is a pre-recorded session for members to enjoy in their own time, and is available to watch on the CILT YouTube channel, and on the homepage and the Publications section of the international website. The direct link to the recording is https://youtu.be/lwvrLcCu3OI

In his conversation with CILT Education lead Jon Harris, Arnoud examines the effect of changing market forces on the work of consultants, the need for skills diversification, and the role of digital technologies in developing workforces and professionals. The session finishes with an analysis of the skill gaps in the supply chain sector, and the importance of mentoring, internships, and making a personal impact.

Arnoud has more than 15 years’ experience in the Oil & Gas, consultancy modular solutions and project logistics sectors. He has a strong understanding of business processes and IT solutions, as well as industry focused project logistics. Working for the Deugro group, he has been involved in numerous projects ranging from early-stage assessment processes, to conception, planning, engineering, design of the project logistic solution and operational delivery.

20 October 2021 - 8th China International Logistics Development Conference

The 8th China International Logistics Development Conference will be held in Baoding on 20th October 2021.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Contributing to Dual Circulation – Sharing New Development” and, as last year, the conference will feature a combination of on-site participation with video-conferencing and Live webcasting.

Dato’ Radzak Malek, President, CILT; Keith Newton, Secretary General, CILT; Finbarr Cleary, International Vice President, CILT; Karmjit Singh, Chairman, CILT Singapore, and Jon Harris, International Business Development Lead, CILT will all make speeches by video link.

CILT members from all countries are invited to join the conference remotely by following the links below:

Further information can be found on the event listing on the international website at https://ciltinternational.org/events/8th-china-international-logistics-development-conference/

Digital Transformations in Learning and Training: CILT In Conversation with Gamu Matarira

CILT International are pleased to announce that they have now released Digital Transformations in Learning and Training: CILT In Conversation with Gamu Matarira. This is a pre-recorded session for members to enjoy, and is available to watch on the CILT YouTube channel, and on the homepage and the Publications section of the international website. The direct link to the recording is https://youtu.be/kAWyq34skYU

Gamu Matarira, Founder of Gen-A Consultancy provides global perspectives into the impact of digitalisation on learning and training, with a specific focus on Africa and its social and equality dynamic.

The session includes macro level discussion about HR, skills and employability, consideration of the supporting role of digital in developing people, and in facilitating mentoring and internship opportunities, and looks at how the digital agenda can be used to make an impact at a grass roots level.

Gamu is a hybrid-professional with a passion for bringing like-minded leaders together and bridging the gaps between business and society. With over 2 decades’ experience in international business environments (UK, Japan, Africa and the Middle East) within established organisations, Gamu is now focusing her time helping entrepreneurs gain clarity and growth while making an impact in Africa, through her holistic approach to consultancy.

6 October 2021 - A Digital Future - the Transport and Logistics Dimension

CILT International are pleased to announce that the next webinar in their Digitalization Series will be an international panel discussion at the Central Asia Trade Forum on 6 October to discuss A Digital Future – the Transport and Logistics Dimension.

This webinar will bring local and international transport and logistics professionals together to discuss how the confluence of new technologies including smart and automated devices, big data, AI and other digital technologies are transforming trade in Central Asia and around the world.

  • Tatiana Proskuryakova, Regional Director for Central Asia, World Bank will discuss Achieving Regional Connectivity – Putting Digitalisation in Context.
  • Amar More, CEO, Kale Logistics Solutions will consider Technology Supporting Cross Border Trade and the Port Community.
  • Konstantin Aushev, IT and Digital Advisory Director, KPMG Kazakhstan and Central Asia will give An Insight into Digitalisation Trends and Forward Predictions for Central Asia.

A panel including Jan Steenberg, Head of Europe and APAC, Tata Consultancy Services, and Chair, International Education Standards Committee, CILT; Antonio Nunez, Program Leader for Infrastructure in Central Asia, World Bank; David Cross, UK Rail Consultant and Khalizan bin Mohamed Halid, Accountant specialising in IT will then consider the following themes:

  • The key strategic advancements in digitalisation and what this means for Central Asia.
  • How the pandemic has accelerated automation and contactless technologies.
  • How digital transformation support physical connectivity and improved infrastructure.
  • How digitalisation can facilitate safer and greener trade along international supply chains – including the rail sector.
  • How Artificial Intelligence (AI) allows transport and logistics companies to address demands across supply chain operations.
  • How digitalisation facilitates innovative recovery plans and speeds up processes towards inclusive, sustainable trade.
  • How skills requirements have changed in the transport and logistics sector and whether they will ever be the same.

 

For full details please see the event listing at: https://ciltinternational.org/events/a-digital-future-the-transport-and-logistics-dimension/.

All delegates will need to register via the CATF website at https://catradeforum.org/. Delegates are then welcome to join any of the other sessions being held as part of the Central Asia Trade Forum next week.

Recordings from some of the speakers and panelists will be released over the course of the next week on international social media platforms and can also be viewed in the event listing on the international website at https://ciltinternational.org/events/a-digital-future-the-transport-and-logistics-dimension/ or at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWf58osy4xE.

13 October 2021 - In Conversation with Professor Edward Sweeney to discuss Disruptive Digital Technology Adoption in Global Supply Chains

For the next session in CILT International’s Digitalisation Series, CILT will be In Conversation with Professor Edward Sweeney to discuss Disruptive Digital Technology Adoption in Global Supply Chains.

This is a pre-recorded session for members to enjoy at a time that suits them and will be released next week on Wednesday 13 October.

Professor Sweeney will consider barriers and enablers to the adoption of digital technology in the global supply chain.

The session is set in the context of current global supply chain challenges and opportunities, and considers how digital technology can play a part in providing new solutions. The conversation provides a broad view across different sectors but focuses on opportunities in the manufacture, storage and movement of goods in the supply chain with a strong global emphasis.

Ed Sweeney is Professor of Logistics and Systems, and Director of the Aston Logistics & Systems Institute at Aston University in Birmingham. An engineer by background, Ed has over 30 years global supply chain experience in business, academia and consultancy, with particular expertise in effective technology deployment.

The conversation with Professor Sweeney will be released on the CILT YouTube channel, in the Publications section of the international website, and via CILT international social media channels on Wednesday 13 October. The direct link to the recording is https://youtu.be/YRszJCxKJr4.

21 July 2021 - Recycling, Upcycling and Sustainable Supply Chains

CILT International’s final Green Series webinar focused on sustainable supply chains and considered some of the innovative approaches being adopted around the world. They looked at the circular economy and how we fundamentally re-think processes on a big scale. They discussed sustainable freight movement in New York, and finally examined how green technology is enabling the re-use of passenger trains in the UK.

  • Guest Speaker Catherine Weetman, Author, Consultant, Founder and Director of Rethink Global will consider Why Successful Businesses are Circular (and what that means for their supply chains).
  • Guest Speaker Diniece Mendes, Director of Freight Mobility at the New York City Department of Transportation will discuss Urban Logistics Beyond the Pandemic: A Sustainable Future for New York City
  • Guest Speaker Alice Gillman, Head of Marketing, Vivarail will consider Green Technology – Using New Technologies to Extend Train Life. 

The recording is available on  the CILT International YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk2e5Jeh0ls

23 June 2021 - Supply Chain Sustainability in the Maritime Sector

In CILT International’s next Green Series Webinar on Wednesday 23rd June they focus on oceans and the maritime logistics and transport industry under the theme Supply Chain Sustainability in the Maritime Sector.

The sea covers 71% of the earths’ surface and travel across and trade in goods between nations is a critical part of our supply chains. In pollution terms, 8 million pieces of plastic enter our oceans every day. We will take an international perspective on the maritime sector with views from Asia, Africa and the Americas. We will also seek to understand what we can do as individuals, and professionals, as we look at the impacts on our industry and explore some innovative solutions.

  • Margaret A. Kidd, Program Director, Supply Chain and Logistics Technology, College of Technology, University of Houston will discuss Sustainability, Skills and Social Development – Vital for the Port Community.
  • Sarinda Unamboowe, Chief Executive Officer, MAS Kreeda will share his presentation on Use Less Plastic – Small Wins in a Big Battle.
  • Naa Densua Aryeetey, Senior Manager of the Ghana Shippers Authority and Head of Shipper Services and Trade Facilitation will Focus on Maritime.  

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link to the international YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/DWT3eMdJzcI 

30 September 2021 - Digital Transformations in Learning and Training

CILT International are pleased to announce that for the next session in our Digitalisation Series, CILT will be In Conversation with Gamu Matarira to discuss Digital Transformations in Learning and Training.

This is a pre-recorded session for members to enjoy at a time that suits them and will be released next week on Thursday 30 September.

Gamu Matarira, Founder of Gen-A Consultancy will provide global perspectives into the impact of digitalisation on learning and training, with a specific focus on Africa and its social and equality dynamic.

The session will include macro level discussion about HR, skills and employability, consideration of the supporting role of digital in developing people, and in facilitating mentoring and internship opportunities, and will look at how the digital agenda can be used to make an impact at a grass roots level.

Gamu is a hybrid-professional with a passion for bringing like-minded leaders together and bridging the gaps between business and society. With over 2 decades’ experience in international business environments (UK, Japan, Africa and the Middle East) within established organisations, Gamu is now focusing her time helping entrepreneurs gain clarity and growth while making an impact in Africa, through her holistic approach to consultancy.

The conversation with Gamu will be released on the CILT YouTube channel, in the Publications section of the international website, and via CILT international social media channels on Thursday 30 September.

23 September 2021 - Where is Digitisation in the Transport and Logistics Space heading?

CILT International was pleased to announce that the first in their ‘Digitalisation Series’ of international webinars examining Digitalisation and Industry 4.0 issues in relation to the logistics and transport sector that took place on Thursday 23 September under the theme “Where is Digitalisation in the Transport and Logistics Space Heading?”.

The logistics industry faces a challenging future. Environmental risks, geopolitical risks, demographic changes, and potential regulatory restrictions will all appear as speed bumps over the next ten years. This webinar will focus on the rapidly evolving digital technology landscape and examine how some of these technologies might help in smoothing the ride ahead for the logistics and transport industry.

The webinar examined the primary trends from a technical perspective in the freight and transport arena (including the efficiency focus of new technologies linked back to sustainability), consider capability and skills requirements for implementation of new technologies, and discuss the implementation of new technologies in emerging markets.

Professor Dr Franklin is Professor of Logistics Practice and Academic Director of Executive Education at Kuehne Logistics University. Professor Franklin, an engineer and operations manager by training and experience, received his Doctorate in Management from the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The Professor’s research focuses on the application of modern management techniques to the efficient and effective operation of supply chains, sustainable business models, green logistics, corporate social responsibility and cloud based supply chain management.

For more information please visit the event listing at https://www.ciltinternational.org/events/where-digitalisation-is-heading-in-the-transport-and-logistics-sector/ or read CILT’s recent interview with Professor Dr Franklin at https://www.ciltinternational.org/news/an-interview-with-professor-dr-rod-franklin/

The recording is now available on their YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/n4vnltRhYYg 

In Conversation With Mieszko Iwaskow

The latest in CILT International’s In Conversation Series. This time Mieszko Iwaskow, Portfolio Delivery Director (Strategic Programmes), Integrated Networks at Auckland Transport, talks to CILT’s Jon Harris about his work on sustainability in Auckland and the innovative Downtown regeneration scheme.

Their discussion includes a look at the way that Auckland has responded to the sustainability challenge through its approach to transport, as well as incentivising mode shifts, creating compelling urban spaces, and Auckland’s unique approach to sustainable construction.

The video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/wbQjv1xCqKQ

24 March 2021 - The UK Grocery Sector Response to Covid-19 Challenges

On Wednesday 24th March, CILT International hosted their webinar on The UK Grocery Sector Response to Covid-19 Challenges and was hosted by Past International President, Paul Brooks. Paul is currently the Founder Go Further Consulting and Sales Development Director, Wincanton Plc.

Guest speaker Craig Taylor FCILT, Group Logistics Director, Wm Morrisons Supermarkets Plc discussed UK Grocery in 2020 – Taking up the Covid Challenge. There were a number of significant challenges that Covid (lockdown) brought to all UK supply chains in 2020 and Grocery supply chains shifted rapidly to cope. This presentation focused on how the ability to respond and the creativity of the supply chain teams has allowed successful delivery for customers and a lasting legacy of transformation.

Guest Speaker James Hurrell, Managing Director, Grocery and Consumer, Wincanton Plc discussed UK Grocery in 2020 – Collaboration and best practice across FMCG. UK Grocery supply chains have been operating at ‘super peak’ for a lot of 2020 with collaboration between manufacturers and retail customers creating new dimensions in performance. The role of 3PLs has been key to successful outcomes and James used case studies to bring this to life.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link to the international YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RyNLQDS_Tlk

5 May 2021 - Green Series In Conversation With: Paul Le Blond

Paul Le Blond, Key Author of the CILT UK Net Zero report, in conversation with CILT Education Lead Jon Harris.

Part of CILT’s Green series of webinars, articles and conversations on sustainability, Jon and Paul discuss the Net Zero report, how CILT UK have responded to the carbon zero agenda,  and what the next steps are for shaping and influencing the net zero agenda.

Paul Le Blond is a CILT UK member, Chair of the CILT UK Aviation Policy group and a member of the UK Public Policy Committee. He is a Former President of the International Air Rail Organisation, and author of Inside London’s Airports Policy: Indecision, decision and counter-decision.

To watch the video: https://youtu.be/WyqoTbn3gt8

26 May 2021 - Global Environmental Crisis: Future Challenges For the Transport and Logistics Profession

CILT International are delighted to welcome Professor Alan McKinnon, Kühne Logistics University, as Guest Speaker for their second international ‘Green Series’ webinar.

Professor McKinnon will discuss the Global Environmental Crisis: Future Challenges for the Transport and Logistics Profession.

This crisis is caused primarily by fossil-fuel emissions which pollute the air and heat the planet. As transport operations are almost entirely powered by fossil fuel they are a major source of both pollutants and greenhouse gases (GHGs).

Professor McKinnon, will begin by reviewing the extent of transport’s contribution to the air pollution and global warming problems. He will then focus on GHG emissions from the movement of freight, examining future trends and targets and exploring what can be done to decarbonise freight transport operations. The talk will conclude with a discussion of the skills that transport and logistics professionals will need to acquire to be able to manage this decarbonisation process.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link to the international YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeQktvvIq5g

21 April 2021 - Smart and Sustainable Mobility: Delivering Low Carbon Places

CILT International is pleased to announce that the first in their ‘Green Series’ of international webinars examining green technology and sustainability issues in relation to the logistics and transport sector will take place on Wednesday 21st April under the theme “Smart and Sustainable Mobility: Delivering Low Carbon Places”.

In this webinar they will consider sustainable mobility and its global application, ranging across technological and behavioural aspects. They will examine the ‘human centric’ approach to planning and implementing mobility services, and the importance of putting the customer first by understanding different needs and personas. They will look at how this has worked ‘on the ground’ in the West Midlands, UK, and consider the vital role of effective policy frameworks to deliver carbon reduction. Finally, they will discuss how the rail industry has responded to new mobility needs and the ‘new greening’ of the sector.

  • Giles Perkins. Head of Future Mobility, WSP will consider “Taking a Human Centric Approach to the future (of mobility)”
  • Deborah Fox, Head of Demand Management, Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) will discuss “Laying the foundations for a smarter transport system”
  • Becky Loo, Professor of Geography, Director of the Institute of Transport Studies, and Founding Co-Director of the Joint Laboratory on Future Cities at the University of Hong Kong will examine “Effective policy framework to deliver transport decarbonization”
  • Lucie Anderton, Head of Sustainability Unit, International Union of Railways (UIC) will present on “Rail: The backbone of a sustainable mobility system”.

The link to watch the recording can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyIhVjdl81s 

10 March 2021 - Brexit Transition: Focus on Northern Ireland Protocol

Wednesday 10 March : 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM GMT

Hear from NI Government Speakers, Ferry Services, UK suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors who will discuss the current obstacles to transporting while exploring solutions.

8 March 2021 - Women Transforming Transport, Logistics & Supply Chain in Ireland

 

To celebrate International Women’s Day CILT Skillnet are hosting a
FREE Webinar on Monday 08 March 2021
Time: 8:30am until 9:40am (GMT)/ 3:30 am ET/ 2:30 am CT
Title: Women Transforming Transport, Logistics & Supply Chain in Ireland

There will be five Guest Speakers on the day:
•    Megan Yeates (Logistics Project Manager, Lidl Ireland)
•    Yvonne Sheehan (Assistant Lecturer TU Dublin BSc)
•    Kasia Steyn (Freight Services Executive, Irish Rail)
•    Pamela Denison (Head of Road Haulage Business Engagement,
Department for Transport, UK)
•    Adrian Byrne (General Manager, ATC Computer Transport & Logistics)

 

18 January 2021 - New Year, New Ways of Learning - CILT Best Practice Webinar

The thirteenth international webinar on the theme New Year, New Ways of Learning – CILT Best Practice Webinar Our first best practice webinar of 2021, New Year, New Ways of Learning will focus on the importance of learning and people development during and post Covid-19. Speakers include President of the Bank of China Academy Paul Ryder, Arnoud Dekkers, Commercial Director at 4D Supply Chain Consulting, and CILT UK Learning and Development Manager Fiona Palmer. The webinar is hosted by CILT Education Lead Jon Harris and Jan Steenberg Trustee, and Chair of CILT’s International Education Standards Committee (IESC).

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80n4AzDOIb8

4 February 2021 - Role of Sustainability in a Post Covid Era

The fourteenth international webinar on the theme, Role of Sustainability in a Post Covid Era.

The session was hosted by Emma Ross, Global Chairperson of the Next Generation Forum. Guest Speaker Dr Philipp Sauer from Italy discussed The Resilience of Supply Chain Sustainability: Evidence from a multiple case study in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic. Guest Speaker Megan Yeates from Ireland discussed her Experiences of Sustainable Logistics in a Post Covid World.

You can watch the recording of the webinar here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqyV3lXseQk

17 November 2020 - Covid-19's impact on regional supply chains – A panel discussion at the Central Asia Trade Forum

The twelfth international webinar on the theme: Covid-19’s Impact on Regional Supply Chains – Strengthening Transport and Logistics Networks in Central Asia.

Central Asia is landlocked and farther from an ocean than anywhere on earth. In normal times, this makes trade with the rest of the world expensive and challenging at best. But these are not normal times. The Global Pandemic has disrupted global supply chains and the effects of this disruption continue to ripple around the world. How has the pandemic impacted trade, transportation and logistics in this remote region? What are companies doing to adjust? How has the pandemic accelerated the adoption of new technologies like robotics, 3-D printing, Artificial Intelligence? After a devastating forest fire, new shoots emerge from charred earth, what kinds of opportunities arise from this crisis?

 

Panellists for the webinar are:

  • Keith Newton, Secretary General of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
  • Sean Culey, Futurist, Author, Supply Chain Management Expert.
  • Lowell Randel, Senior Vice President of Government and Legal Affairs for the Global Cold Chain Alliance.
  • Vyacheslav Kim, Owner TransAsia Logistics Group of Companies.
  • Marina Kuznechevskaya, Fly Dubai and Chairperson of WiLAT Central Asia.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qvv6BNSQdGo&list=PL8JQvL7Yst1MPLRMX3HJ1qRHnAdotbEIQ&index=14

5 October, 2020 - Entrepreneurship: Before and After the Pandemic Webinar

The tenth international webinar hosted by Next Generation (NG) on the theme of Entrepreneurship: Before and After the Pandemic.

Guest Speakers included Tiza Kyaagba, Co-Founder and CEO of Tiza Urban Transport Company (TIZA), Matildah Tonga, CEO On-Point Boutique, Anthony Senanu Kumassah, CEO Maser Splendid Ventures and Chief Teete Owusu-Nortey, Special Adviser to the CILT Council of Trustees.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozaGPl94ypw

9 September, 2020 - Living in interesting times: Technology, Automation and the Future of Transport and Logistics Webinar

The international webinar with guest speaker Sean Culey. Sean is a world leading futurist, keynote speaker, globally recognised business transformation expert and author, and is an interesting and dynamic presenter.

 The recording of the webinar on “Living in interesting times: Technology, Automation and the Future of Transport and Logistics” is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uND9iIcfbMI

29 July, 2020 - The Importance of Human Capital in Covid-19 Recovery Webinar

The eighth international webinar on The Importance of Human Capital in Covid-19 Recovery.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://youtu.be/hfCNfiE0aVg

14 October, 2020 - Global Compliance Gaps in Dangerous Goods Logistics Webinar

The eleventh international webinar on the theme Global Compliance Gaps in Dangerous Goods Logistics.

Guest Speakers included Lee Nelson, Operations Manager at Emergency Response Assistance Canada (ERAC), Dangerous Goods Consultant Michael Joyce, Maritime Expert Ravindran Kothandapani, and Victor Gado, Director of Transport Compliance Safety Training. The session was chaired by Reshma Yousuf, Director of the Centre for Logistics Leadership in Business, based in Malaysia.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://youtu.be/nhaj8X-usnk

15 July, 2020 - Aviation in the Next 2 Years – Challenges and Responses Webinar

The seventh international webinar on the theme of Aviation in the Next 2 Years – Challenges and Responses 

Guest Speaker Subhas Menon, Director General, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines will share his presentation Let the World Fly Again.

Subhas will be joined by aviation expert and Member of Advisory board of IATA Cargo and Passenger committees Marina Kuznechevskaya.

Our final speaker is International aviation expert and Past International President of CILT, Lt Col (Retd) Kevin Byrne.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVbqaQuVDI4

1 July, 2020 - Connecting and Collaborating to Produce Winning Solutions Webinar

The sixth international webinar on Connecting and Collaborating to Produce Winning Solutions.

 Guest Speaker George Fenton, Chief Executive, Humanitarian Logistics Association discussed the Importance of Connecting and Collaborating in Humanitarian Assistance and Crisis Response.

 Sam Clark, Head of Programmes, Transaid examined the Importance of Collaboration to Influence a Coordinated Response to COVID-19.

Guest Speakers Alban Igwe, Deputy Chairperson, CILT Nigeria, and Nlaliban Wujangi, Deputy Chairperson, Next Generation Africa separately considered Opportunity or Threat: Will Africa Benefit from the Covid-19 Crisis or is it Simply about Survival?

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://youtu.be/5yDsn4KP8bw

22 June, 2020 - Business Continuity and the Ongoing Management of Risk Webinar

The fifth international webinar on Business Continuity and the Ongoing Management of Risk.

Guest Speaker Vicky Koo, Director of Vizilog Asia Ltd. examined how the ability to respond to demand swings becomes the key to business continuity in times of uncertainty. In the Post Covid-19 era, digitalisation will be the main stream to improve agility. Time to start drawing a digitisation plan for your supply chains. 

Guest Speaker Oliver Cofler, Director, SCALA Consulting considered effective business continuity and understanding risk in a changing world.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://youtu.be/QzWASqafpNg

3 June, 2020 - Global Shipping and the Supply Chain Webinar

The fourth international webinar on Global Shipping and the Supply Chain.

 Guest Speaker Romesh David, Chief Executive Officer at South Asia Gateway Terminals (Pvt) Ltd. examined the likely impacts on container shipping lines of the fall in trade volumes on the Asia/South Asia-Europe container routes, and the potential ensuing impacts on trans-shipment ports in the South East/South Asian regions.

Mr. HO Lap Kee, Sunny, Executive Director, The Hong Kong Shippers’ Council considered the immediate impact to operators and potential changes in global supply chains, that might be brought by the Covid-19 epidemic.

Bob Armstrong, Supply Chain Consultant and President of CILT N. America, reviewed the implications on the movement of goods during the Covid-19 pandemic including the implications of global supply chains on North America and the world.

The recording of the webinar is now on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://youtu.be/IH8uMvLMvz0

20 May, 2020 - Safe Practices in Passenger Transport Networks Webinar

The third international webinar on Safe Practices in Passenger Transport Networks

Guest Speaker Dr Dorothy Chan, MTR Board Member, focused on urban / city multimodal passenger transport and the response in Hong Kong, Jon Harris, North Western Trains, discussed the rail network response in the UK, and Colin Kingham, Yarra Trams, considered tram and bus passenger transport and the network response in Australia.

The recording of the webinar is on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://youtu.be/AU1MiO4wSgc

6 May, 2020 - Supply Chain Response to Shortages in Medicine and Food Webinar

The second international webinar on supply chain response to shortages in medicine and food.

Guest Speaker Dave Howorth, Executive Director, SCALA Consulting discussed best practice examples from the UK and Ireland retail and manufacturing scene. Will Holden, Managing Director, Emergency Logistics Team Ltd. focused on international best practice responses in the medicine and health supply chain.

The recording of the webinar is on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link:

https://lnkd.in/g-nvMSi

27 April, 2020 - Best Practice Responses to the Covid-19 Crisis Webinar

 The first international webinar was held last week on the theme Best Practice Responses to the Covid-19 Crisis.

Guest panellists Gayani De Alwis from CILT Sri Lanka and Zeinab Awad from CILT Egypt shared their experiences of industry response to the pandemic in their countries. 

The recording of the webinar is on the homepage of the international website and can also be accessed by following this link: https:

//www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIAbpLYbm-A&feature=youtu.be