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CILT inducts new Corporate Partners and Members at Logistic Leaders’ Evening


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The Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) Sri Lanka held its first Logistic Leaders’ Evening for 2019 recently at The Kingsbury. Tham Kok Kuan Simon, Assistant General Manager CHEC Port City Colombo Ltd. (CPCC), was the Keynote Speaker. Over 180 participants attended the event from a wide spectrum of the industry. CILT Sri Lanka conducted the induction of new 24 Corporate Partners for 2019 and 49 new individual Members at this event. Hayleys Advantis and DIMO as Platinum, Finlay Cold Stores Ltd. were inducted as Gold partners, Ceyline Holdings, Mclarens Group and South Asia Gateway Terminals were inducted as Silver partners, and Abans, Aitken Spence Maritime Ltd., Chrisslogix Ltd., Civil Aviation Authority, Daily FT, General Sir John Kothalwala Defence University, Hellman Logistics, Inter Air & Sea Logistics Ltd., Lanka Shipping & Logistics, Pickme, Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology, Trelleborg Lanka Ltd., John Keells Logistics, National Transport Commission and Oviklo International Ltd. were inducted as Bronze partners  – Pix by Upul Abayasekara

 

 


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