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CILT Mobility and Supply Chain Summit Podcast With Joe Kenny

On this week’s podcast, we had the pleasure of speaking with Joe Kenny, Chief Executive Officer at the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) in Ireland.

CILT is the professional body in Ireland for people in the logistics, transport and supply chain industry. The institute’s key remit is to promote professionalism and enhance standards in the logistics, transport and supply chain sector through the provision of education and services.

CILT Ireland is a member of the wider Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International family which has offices in over 30 countries and 33,000 members worldwide.

In this podcast hosted by our Linkline Journal CEO Máirtín Breathnach, Joe discusses everything about the upcoming CILT Mobility and Supply Chain Summit taking place on the 28th and 29th of March in the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire

This event promises to showcase a dynamic approach to rethinking supply chain strategy sustainably and explore how customs changes will mould the future of the supply chain. It will focus on how customs is impacting and influencing your supply chain and take a deep dive into the four areas that could affect your supply chain success.

Learn how to optimize fees, increase operational efficiency, strengthen regulatory compliance and improve trading opportunities through exploring duty optimisation, operational efficiency, control and risk mitigation and trade performance.

Discover how to build robust supply chains for success and allow industry experts to guide your company on how to become leaders in the mobility and supply chain sector by understanding how to move people and goods more sustainably.

To find our more about the event, please see their website. Click here to listen to the podcast on Spotify and here to listen on Soundcloud. Subsribe for more podcasts with industry representatives throughout Ireland and be sure to follow us on TwitterLinkedIn, and Facebook for the latest information, intelligence and news on logistics and transport in Ireland.


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