New ILT Regional Officer

May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
Bill Oakes has been appointed Temporary Regional Officer for the Northern Region of the Institute of Logistics and Transport. This follows the retirement of Ken Swallow, who had served the Northern area for a number of years. Bill Oakes is currently Chairman of Tyne Tees Branch and has been greatly involved with the world of the Institute. He is very interested in the policy activities of the Institute of Logistic and Transport and recently attended the Bolton Policy Toolkit training session to find out more. Oakes can be contacted through the Corby and London Offices. His e-mail address is e.w.o@btinternet.com.


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