28 September 2020
How the Pandemic Taught a Lesson to Food Supply Chains
Among the many “gifts” of the coronavirus pandemic is a hard lesson about the fragility of food supply chains.
CILT Skillnet launch Certificate in Customs Compliance & Trade Facilitation!
This autumn CILT Skillnet launch their new Certificate in Customs Compliance and Trade Facilitation programme accredited by IT Carlow.
Time for our industry to wake up to gender inequality!
Adrian Byrne, B Bus, CMILT is the General Manager at ATC Computer Transport & Logistics. He recently finished his studies at TU Dublin's programme for MSc in Supply Chain Management and for this thesis he took a look at the real issue of gender inequality within our sector.
An evening with Megan Yeates, Monday 14 Sept 2020.
Our member Megan is the Gold Medal Winner in Freight Forwarding and Logistics at WorldSkills Kazan 2019 & member of CILT Ireland Eastern Section. We asked Megan to tell us a bit more about the event and her journey so far.
Clear Customs online training platform launches!
New initiative launched to support Irish businesses trading with or through Great Britain in preparing for new customs formalities arising from Brexit.
Companies encouraged to seek supports in order to prepare for Brexit
Minister of State for Skills and Further Education Niall Collins wants Irish businesses to upskill their workforce to prepare for the increased customs regulations that will be needed from January 1, 2021.
At the Borderline: The Realities of International Trade
In our latest guest blog, our CEO Mick Curran encourages all companies trading with the UK to stop waiting and start preparing. Read the full blog below.