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 […]
15) Eric Born, chief executive, Wincanton Eric Born was given the not inconsiderable task of turning Wincanton around, taking on a business that in 2011 plunged to a £26m full-year loss on turnover of £2.2bn. He has delivered.
The Office of the Traffic Commissioner has issued a reminder to vehicle operators about the new financial standing levels that will apply from next month.
5) Beverley Bell, Senior Traffic Commissioner Bell has continued to champion the independence of the TCs and has rarely stayed out of the headlines. Make no bones about it, Bell knows her status and power in the industry and is not afraid to use.