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FIATA World Congress to be Hosted in Dublin in 2016

(04 Nov 2013)

Following a final push for its bid to host the FIATA World Congress in Dublin in 2016, the team from the Irish International Freight Association (IIFA) traversed the final mile at the recent 2013 FIATA Congress in Singapore and accomplished a successful result after six months of concentrated effort.

New Cohorts Commence Postgraduate Programmes with NITL

(23 Oct 2013)

The latest supply chain management (SCM) postgraduates commenced their studies with NITL in recent weeks. This now brings the number of new cohorts for 2013 to six, the largest number in NITL’s 15 year history.

James Cooper Memorial Cup for 2013 Awarded to Edward Sweeney

(01 Oct 2013)

Dr. Edward Sweeney of NITL was recently presented with the 2013 James Cooper Memorial Cup for the best PhD thesis on a supply chain management (SCM) topic in the UK and Ireland.

Logistics Research Network (LRN) 2013

(01 Oct 2013)

The 18th Annual Logistics Research Network (LRN) Conference was hosted by Birmingham City University and Aston University at Aston’s Lakeside Conference Centre earlier this month.

Supply Chain Management: a cultural perspective

(23 Sep 2013)

NITL has been working to develop interesting and innovative approaches to introducing the fascinating world of supply chain management (SCM) and logistics research and practice to as wide an audience as possible. As part of this work, Edward Sweeney has developed a multimedia presentation which takes a novel look at the subject through the lens of culture and the arts.

CILT Launch New Brand

(23 Sep 2013)

The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) Ireland recently hosted a visit by the CILT International President Dr. Dorothy Chan FCILT. In conjunction with this special visit the Institute hosted a number of events over two days. These included meetings with Irish academics with interests in the field of logistics and supply chain management (SCM) and with leading women working in the profession.

European Financial Review Publishes NITL Collaborative Research

(29 Aug 2013)

An invited article based on NITL’s collaborative research with its Italian and Swedish colleagues was published recently in one of Europe’s leading business magazines. The article is concerned with the role of third party logistics providers (3PLs) in the adoption of green supply chain initiatives and is published in the most recent issue of the European Financial Review.

Launch of NITL Masters Alumni Group - Diary Marker

(18 Jul 2013)

NITL is celebrating its 15th birthday this year and our award winning Masters programme is fast approaching its own 15th birthday. Over that period, many of Ireland’s leading supply chain professionals have studied with us and many of our graduates are now recognised supply chain leaders across a variety of sectors. It is appropriate, therefore, that as part of our 15th birthday celebrations we are launching an NITL Alumni Group.

Food for Thought at Supply Chain 2013

(03 Jul 2013)

The Annual Supply Chain Conference – Supply Chain 2013 – took place in Dublin last week. NITL is the patron of the event which was curated by Edward Sweeney. The conference is dedicated to showcasing, discussing and sharing the very latest information and thoughts on the implementation, management and sustainability of integrated supply chains in Ireland.

Hytech Logistics sign €1.5m contract with LLA to deliver DOPsys

(01 Jul 2013)

Hytech Logistics has signed a contract valued at €1.5m with the Logistics Learning Alliance (LLA) in the UK to deliver the world’s first ever certified technical distribution service – DOPsys. The new partnership will also see a set of accredited training programmes in technical distribution for the logistics sector that specifically include ‘final-mile delivery’. NITL is delighted to be acting as an advisor to Hytech on this initiative.


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