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CILT Annual Dinner

15 September 2022

CILT Annual Dinner

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport will celebrate 70 years of the Institute in Ireland this November. The Irish branch of the Institute was first established on 11th December 1952 at Jury's Hotel on Parnell Street, read more about our history here

Our 70th Annual Gala Dinner will be held on Thursday 24th November 2022 at The Morrison Hotel, Dublin 2. 

This black tie event will begin with a red carpet arrival for our members and stakeholders followed by a drinks reception and a three course evening meal. Ivan Yates has been confirmed as guest speaker for the night. 

The CILT Student Project of the Year award will be awarded on the night to the winner of the best work-based project. This award is kindly sponsored by ISM, Ireland’s largest Approved Driving Instructor training provider.

Individual tickets can be purchased here, accompanying partners welcome. Tables of 10 available for €950 - please contact the office directly on 01 676 3188.

We look forward to celebrating with you on the night! Should you have any questions or queries please don't hesitate to email Katie our Events and Marketing Officer. 

 

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