NITL News

NITL Joins SCM World University Partnership Programme

(18 Feb 2013)

SCM World is the leading global community and think-tank for senior level supply chain executives and thought leaders. Hosting a dynamic and interactive annual programme of end-user and academic-led webinars, as well as events and research projects for its members, SCM World is the de-facto benchmark for forward-thinking supply chain leaders and their global teams to stay current through cutting edge content.

NITL Shortlisted for Irish Transport and Logistics Awards

(12 Feb 2013)

NITL has been shortlisted in the Education category at the 2013 Irish Logistics and Transport Awards (ILTAs). This award is for the third level institute which offers the most innovative and relevant courses in the transport and logistics industry.

NITL Article Commended

(16 Jan 2013)

In his first article of the new year, the well known supply chain blogger Ken Kinlock asks if “agile” will be the buzz word for 2013. He provides brief descriptions of the words “lean” and “agile” and discusses the relationships between them. An example from GE in Kentucky is used by way of illustration.

CPD Accreditation for NITL Modules

(14 Jan 2013)

NITL is delighted to announce that it has achieved formal Continuous Professional Development (CPD) accreditation for 17 of its most popular postgraduate modules. This allows individuals to attend one-off modules on a short-course basis and to achieve formal DIT certification and European Credit Transfer Scheme (ECTS) credits.

New Paper on Purchasing Green Transport and Logistics Services

(17 Dec 2012)

NITL’s ongoing research collaboration with its partners in Sweden and Italy has resulted in a new publication in the journal Small Business. Founded in 1987, this journal aims to disseminate knowledge about all aspects of small business based on a multi-disciplinary approach.

Congratulations to Winners of National Procurement Awards (NPAs)

(11 Dec 2012)

The National Procurement Awards (NPAs 2012) took place last week before a packed audience of the top echelon of Ireland’s procurement professionals, with the Richard Curran of RTÉ's Dragons Den fame presiding over the awards ceremony. The event takes place annually under the patronage of the Irish Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (IIPMM).

NITL’s Work Commended at Launch of SCLG (Ireland)

(22 Nov 2012)

The launch of the Supply Chain & Logistics Group SCLG) Ireland, sponsored by Ulster Bank, was opened by Chairman Dr. Dermot Carey. Dermot’s key message was that he is pleased that SCLG have partnered with NITL on a number of fronts and is fully supportive of their research and educational initiatives. He stated that “the latter represent programmes of the highest standard for our current and future supply chain professionals”.

Shortlist Announced for National Procurement Awards

(12 Nov 2012)

NITL congratulates all those shortlisted for this year’s National Procurement Awards

Congratulations to M.Sc. Graduates

(09 Nov 2012)

Saturday November 3rd saw the latest cohort of graduates from NITL’s M.Sc. programmes celebrate an important milestone at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Over 40 individuals graduated with the M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management, representing the largest group of graduates at a single ceremony since NITL’s establishment in 1998.

NITL Welcomes SCLG (Ireland) Launch

(07 Nov 2012)

NITL recognises the need for a dedicated organisation to support the development of a supply chain community in Ireland. It has long been recognised by leading edge firms across a range of sectors that fragmentation of enterprise processes and data is a major cause of non-value adding activities (NVAs) and waste. The need to replace this fragmentation with a more integrated approach is central to the concept of SCM.


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