Tyne Tees Branch

March 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Mar2000, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p69
Trade Publication
The John Williams Library of the Institute of Logistics and Transport in Corby, England and the Buckingham Gate Reading Room in the office of the institute in London, England were the main focus of this article. The library is used by institute members throughout the year, either by visiting or, more usually, by contacting the library by telephone or electronic mail. The library includes several materials such as books, trade journals, videos, CD-ROMs, reports, conference papers, case studies, acts of parliament and other government paper. The reading room is popular with members and holds a wide and varied selection of current and back copies of journals, covering the full scope of logistics and transport.


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