Graham A Ewer for ELA President

September 2004
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2004, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p6
Trade Publication
This article features Graham A. Ewer, who was appointed as president of the European Logistics Association (ELA) of which the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport-Great Britain (CILT) is a member. ELA was formed in 1984 to provide a forum across Europe for those engaged in logistics. It quickly became a significant player in European logistic developments. It is a federation of 30 national associations. Its committees cover areas such as business management, European Union relations, vocational and educational training, research and development, standardization and transport research, including environmental issues. Ewer believes the role of the association will become increasingly relevant over the next years. BY 2005, the CILT will carry the Eurolog brand and host a number of ELA events. The conference will be held in Birmingham in June 2005. Ewer expects to be doing a lot of travelling. ELA is based in Brussels, Belgium so he will be a regular on Eurostar, and he is set to chair his first conference in Berlin in October 2004.


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