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Developing Talent for Tomorrow’s World

CILTNA’s Pacific chapter held its first in-person event since the pandemic began in the evening of 28 November 2022.  Some 70 students, educators and industry professionals met on the theme Transport, Mobility, Logistics, Supply Chain: Developing Talent for Tomorrow’s...

IATA-McKinsey Study Shows Imbalanced Aviation Value Chain

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and McKinsey & Company published a study of profitability trends across the aviation value chain showing that profitability varies widely by sector. The study also shows that in aggregate, airlines underperform on...

A busy year in the Northwest Passage by Fred McCague

The Canadian Arctic reopened to cruise ships and yachts after a two-year closure due to COVID while Russia’s Arctic considered off limits due to the invasion of Ukraine. The result was a record number of full transits of the Northwest Passage between the Atlantic and...

CILT CONFERENCE LOOKS INTO CANADIAN SUPPLY CHAIN PROBLEMS

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) International Convention in 2022 was held in Perth, WA, in October, hosting more than 300 delegates from around the world and featuring more than 15 high profile speakers. Chartered Institute of Logistics and...