TITLE

Trevor Harman MCIT MILT

AUTHOR(S)
Beaumont, Colin
PUB. DATE
March 2001
SOURCE
Logistics & Transport Focus;Mar2001, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that Trevor Harman, a chartered member of the Institute of Logistics and Institute, died on January 22, 2001. He joined the institute on February 22, 1999 and became a chartered member on September 27, 1999. He joined the British International Freight Association (BIFA) in January 1999 after 32 years in the freight forwarding business. His career started in London, England in 1966 with the Thomas Cook Freight company. After a short time with an exporter he was back again in forwarding, developing business to Scandinavia, a market he had already become associated with as a result of his marriage to Irene who comes from Finland. When he joined the BIFA he said he wanted to put something back into the industry which has supported his whole working life. The fact that he had only two years with the BIFA is a tremendous loss not only for the BIFA but the industry as a whole.
ACCESSION #
11577160

 

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