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May 2002
Logistics & Transport Focus;May2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p14
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In the Transport and Logistic sector in Great Britain, Hugh Williams has launched his own company, Hughenden Limited, a specialist consultancy in supply-chain planning which focuses on people and process improvements. The company has supply-chain planning experts to offer a people-oriented range of services from consultancy to education. Alan Beevor, who has been the in-house transport and logistic adviser to venture capital company, 3i, has left to strike out on his own. The Director of Tibbett and Britten Group PLC, Martin Graham has been appointed to the Group Board as an executive director. Alastair MacFarlane has been appointed by Associated British Ports as the new Port Manager for the ports of Ayr and Troon.


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