Gaining Flexibility and Agility in the Workforce

The explosive growth of ecommerce and the complexity of omnichannel distribution
have created new and formidable challenges for the logistics industry. In recent years,
logistics companies have invested in various types of technology to help them keep pace
with emerging market trends and maintain a competitive edge. Technology solutions
— from shipping and tracking systems to RFID and robots to warehouse management
systems — have helped these organisations control costs, improve productivity, and
deliver superior service to customers.

Having successfully leveraged automation to achieve new levels of operational efficiency,
logistics companies are now turning to technology to better understand and optimise
their most valuable resource: their employees. This white paper discusses the crucial
role that people play in the supply chain, presents strategies for building flexibility and
agility into the workforce, and explores how metrics and data-driven insights can help
organisations optimise the workforce for better business outcomes.

For the full report click on the PDF file below
Gaining Flexibility and Agility Report 2017


Global College Malta Accreditation.

On Wednesday 22nd February 2017, CILT International in agreement with CILT Malta has accredited Global College Malta to offer the CILT Qualifications in Malta both for local and international students. The accreditation process was held at Global College Malta under the approval of Mr. Jon Harris (International Professional Development Coordinator of CILT International) with the support of Mr. Alex Borg (Education Secretary of CILT Malta).
Dr. Michael Clarke, Principal of Global College Malta and Dr. Ashok Srivastava represented the College.

Click on the PDF. file below for the full report

Memorandum of Understanding

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Global Frieght

Dear Reader,

Please click on the PDF. file below for information about the local Transport and Logistics scenario compiled by Mr. Jimmy Cutajar.
Mr. Cutajar is a CILT Malta Chartered Member and holds a Higher Diploma certificate in Logistics and Transport Management.

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Alibaba Group Partners with SEKO Logistics.

Alibaba Group, the largest retail commerce company in the world in terms of gross merchandise volume, has selected SEKO Logistics as a 3PL service provider in Hong Kong and Taiwan to especially support small and medium-sized companies requiring localized and cost efficient export processes and integrated services.

Please click on the below link for further information.


New Chartered Fellow!

Mr.Joe Bugeja

Mr. Bugeja occupies the position of General Manager with Malta Motorways of the Sea Limited (Grimaldi Group).
MMOS is a ship owning and operating Company providing guaranteed maritime links between Malta and mainland Europe for the Maltese economy and Local industry.

Mr. Bugeja has been working in the maritime and logistics for the past 44 years occupying various managerial positions. He was General Manager for Sea Malta Company Limited. For many years he also served as a Board Director to Tug Malta Company Ltd, Mediterranean Offshore Bunkering Company, Med Feeder Company Ltd and Port Labour Joint Council.

He is currently a Board Member to the Malta Maritime Forum as well as a Board Member to the Malta Marittima Agency. Mr Bugeja also holds the position of President to the Maltese French Chamber of Commerce.


New Member!

Mr. Ray Buttigieg

Mr. Buttiegieg is presently employed in the position of General Manager with B.A.S Ltd.
He is overall responsible for the administration and operations of the company which currently employs 42 staff.


Transportation and Major Events Workshop

University of Malta organised a 4 hour workshop on Saturday 7th November 2015 for the students reading for the Higher Diploma in Logistics and Transportation Management.

The workshop was coordinated by Ms. Joany Grima, international events manager and events management lecturer at Wellington Institute of Technology New Zealand.

The scope of the workshop was to explore the delivery of major events, their objectives and also to hypothetically coordinate a major event such as the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)

CHOGM has been selected as a timely study case given the fact that Malta successfully hosted the event at the end of November.

CILT Malta was very pleased with the students’ commitment and positive reception of the workshop. Their engagement inspired motivation for future organisation of such activities.

The workshop was sponsored by CILT Malta and Malta International Ship-owners Association.