Kent Branch

September 2003
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2003, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p75
Trade Publication
Reports that the Institute of Logistics and Transport's chief executive Graham A. Ewer and director of finance, John Kinley, visited the Kent Branch to explain the Institute's financial situation and to give the progress report to the Branch committee. Presentation of a tankard to Tom Sharpe, former chairman of the Branch.


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