by MM&D staff


CITT has announced the 2011 Academic Award winners. Eight CITT-certified professionals and one undergraduate will be recognized at CITT’s Annual Awards Dinner on October 28th at Reposition 2011 in Montreal. The 2011 award winners are:

Trevor Colbeck, Colbeck & Clarke Inc (Mississauga) earned the James T Mackenzie Memorial Award, CITT’s most prestigious academic honour. Flavio Menegazzo (Mississauga) earned the Charles Laferle Memorial Award. Brian Pinter, Suncor (Calgary) earned the Thomas J McTague Memorial Award for the highest academic standing in Integrated Logistics. Barry Hnatchuk, Manitoulin Logistics (Calgary) earned the J Stuart Robertson Memorial Award for the highest academic standing in Transportation Law. Julie Begley, Bunge Canada (Oakville) and Karen Singh, LG Electronics Canada Inc (Mississauga) shared the Charles D Edsforth Memorial Award for the highest academic standing in Transportation Economics. Helen Song, Expeditors Canada Inc (Mississauga) and Kausalya Sridhar, (Mississauga) shared the Robert A Hains Award for the highest academic standing in Logistics Decision Modelling. Jane Bridges, CITT, Monarch Industries (Winnipeg) earned the Unique Personnel Human Resources Award.

The not-for-profit organization AceTech has honoured Jason Tham, CEO of Toronto-based Nulogy Corporation, with its unique leadership award. Tham was recognized for his leadership and ability to introduce product innovation that led to customer growth and global adoption. AceTech, which is composed of CEOs of technology companies, recognizes CEOs for their ability to innovate and lead their organizations. Nulogy provides cloud-computing software for real-time management of inventory, production, costing and quoting, to clients around the world.

Kellogg Company recognized DSC Logistics with its Diamond Club award for the second year. The Diamond Club recognizes diverse suppliers with which Kellogg spends US$25 million or more annually. The partnership between Kellog and DSC dates back to 1988.