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Supply Chain Management in Challenging Regions

The mandate for the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) is to support the government of the Republic of South Sudan in peace consolidation and thereby foster long-term state-building and…

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The Sinking of Mail Boat RMS LEINSTER

The sinking of the Mail Boat RMS Leinster in Dublin Bay on October 10, 1918 in a German U-Boat attack saw the loss of 550 lives and is the subject…

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Blockchain in Supply Chain Logistics – The Regulatory Implications

Following on from the last Blockchain article in the December 2017 edition of Linkline, this article will discuss the regulations and legal framework that will assist and enable Blockchain advancement….

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Government’s Ambitious Plans for Transport Investment

Tom Ferris, Former President of CILT The much-heralded National Development Plan 2018 – 2027 has finally been published. It promises a significant level of investment, which will underpin the National…

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CILT Visit to Overseas Preparations of the 111th Infantry Battalion at Lynch Military Camp, Kilworth

On Thursday 28th September members of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport were treated to a unique insight into the operations of the Irish Defence Forces prior to deployment…

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Public Transportation in Asia

We’ve grown used to the sight of buses on the street, overcrowded tram cars and constantly late trains. Public transportation is an essential part of many people’s daily lives, but…

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A Day in the Life: Dublin Bus Driver

Bernard Fox has been driving for Dublin Bus for the past 15 years. He sat down with Linkline to chat about daily life behind the wheel, experiences with passengers and…

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Tracking the Statement of Strategy for Transport

The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport published its Statement of Strategy in December 2016, which serves as the Department’s framework for action covering years 2016-19. Economist Tom Ferris looks…

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Features Logistics

Seatruck Ferries: An Irish Sea Success Story

In a CILT tour of Seatruck Ferries at Dublin Port, CEO Alistair Eagles explained the strategies that keep the company competitive, even with the prospect of Brexit on the horizon….

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Transport of Dangerous Goods

Introduction What does ADR, RID, DGSA, Packing Group, UN Number or Limited Quantities mean to you. These words and acronyms are the jargon used in the transport of dangerous goods,…

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Self-Driving Vehicles in Road Freight Transport

Self-driving vehicles could prove revolutionary for supply chain; with expedient delivery times, reduced congestion, and cost savings, as well as having a more positive environmental impact. However, there are still…

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Leaning In: the Why and How of Lean Management

Understanding the fundamental processes and tools of lean management is a way to greatly reduce inefficiency, engage the workforce, and cut unnecessary costs. Jerry S. Sikula We have all read…

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‘The next 3 years more critical than previous 50’: CEO Report Strikes Tone Of Cautious Optimism

The recently published KPMG CEO Outlook for 2016 shows the trepidation with which Irish CEO’s view the post-Brexit business landscape, compounded by the pressing demands to transform industries as the…

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20 Best Supply Chain Infographics

From to saving money on transporting items to going green, these 20 infographics about the supply chain and logistics just may teach you a new thing or two. Scroll throughout…

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