Beverley Bell, senior traffic commissioner for Britain, is to become president of the CILT in May. Bell, who will take over the one-year presidency from Jim Spittle, chairman of standards body GS1 UK, has been vice-president for two years and a member of CILT for nearly a decade. It is believed to be the first time a TC has held the role. “It is both an honour and a privilege to be given this opportunity to represent the logistics and […]
Operators will be charged for Fors membership from later this year, although the exact cost has not yet been revealed.
13) Steve Parkin Title: Chairman, Clipper Logistics Steve Parkin is one of those larger than life characters that still enliven the logistics industry. Having left school with no qualifications and after spending 18 months working as a coal miner, he built Clipper Logistics from a one man and a van operation to a £235m a year logistics empire in 30 years. Christopher Walton
14) Phil Shaw, MD, Norbert Dentressangle Logistics UK With a staff of over 10,000 under his wing and high-profile clients including Asda, B&Q, Carlsberg and Marks & Spencer to keep happy, Norbert Dentressangle Logistics UK MD Phil Shaw is a man who obviously likes a challenge. Robin Meczes