NITL News

New Book on Supply Chain Innovation

(06 Feb 2011)

A new book on supply chain management (SCM) recognises that innovation is a fundamental component of business success as it allows companies to sustain profit margins, increase sales and to gain a competitive edge. Supply Chain Innovation for Competing in Highly Dynamic Markets: Challenges and Solutions (eds. Evangelista, P., McKinnon, A., Sweeney, E., Esposito, E., ISBN13: 9781609605858) is now available for pre-ordering.

Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has been shortlisted for the Irish Logistics and Transport Awards 2011

(27 Jan 2011)

It was announced today that Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) has been shortlisted for the Irish Logistics and Transport Awards 2011 in the Education category. The DIT submission included NITL’s postgraduate and corporate programmes, as well as a range of programmes conducted by the Department of Transport Engineering and the College of Business.

NITL Welcomes Italian Students

(26 Jan 2011)

This week sees that beginning of phase two of an innovative postgraduate programme funded by the Government of Regione Campania in Italy. NITL is delighted to welcome a cohort of 15 students from the University of Naples "Parthenope" (see http://www.uniparthenope.it) to Dublin for a series of nine one-week modules on various aspects of logistics and supply chain management (SCM).

Intel Graduate from Hy-Tech Logistics CBL Professional

(13 Dec 2010)

NITL congratulates Hy-Tech Logistics on a recent student success story that highlights the benefits of competence based learning (CBL) in logistics and SCM.

NITL Collaborate with University of Naples "Parthenope"

(03 Dec 2010)

NITL has had strong links in the south of Italy for over a decade. This collaboration is primarily with the various universities and research institutes based in the city of Naples. During a visit last year, NITL was invited by the Mayor of Naples to advise on various enterprise development activities of the city. NITL is pleased to announce the latest development in its Neapolitan collaboration.

NITL Congratulates Newly Conferred Supply Chain Professionals

(22 Nov 2010)

Another groups of graduates from NITL’s M.Sc. programmes collected their parchments at the DIT ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Saturday November 13th. This year’s graduates include supply chain and logistics professionals from Murgraves, Diageo, AIB, the Armed Forces and Logitech, as well as several graduates from NITL’s full-time M.Sc. programme.

New Cork Intake on NITL’s Executive Masters Programme

(22 Nov 2010)

A new cohort of participants recently embarked on NITL’s Executive Masters programme in Cork. This is a flexible part-time programme that leads to the award of an M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management. The aim of the programme is to develop the leaders of change and business improvement in all sizes and types of companies.

Large Turnout at Logistics Ireland 2010

(28 Oct 2010)

Logistics Ireland 2010 which took place last week at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin. This year’s event was based around the theme ‘Dynamic Supply Chain Management and Logistics Leading the Recovery’ and was organised by the NITL in collaboration with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).

New Intake on NITL’s Executive Masters Programme

(27 Oct 2010)

A new cohort of participants recently embarked on NITL’s Executive Masters programme. This is a flexible part-time programme that leads to the award of an M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management. The aim of the programme is to develop the leaders of change and business improvement in all sizes and types of companies.

European Launch of Dynamic Supply Chains

(26 Oct 2010)

NITL recently hosted the European launch of John Gattorna’s new book Dynamic Supply Chains: Delivering Value Through People.


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