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CCLP gains 107 new members

CITT welcomes new supply chain professionals who have achieved CCLP designation

September 23, 2015
by MM&D Online Staff

Toronto, Ontario–CITT is proud to congratulate the 107 supply chain logistics professionals who earned their CITT-Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) designation between June 2014 and June 2015. The complete list of graduates can be found here.

“Earning the CCLP designation is a significant personal achievement, worthy of recognition and celebration,” said Catherine Viglas, CITT president. “Like all the CITT-Certified Logistics Professionals who came before them, these 107 individuals all completed a rigorous, case-based program of study, have logged a minimum of 5 years (~10,000 hours) of industry experience, agree to uphold the CITT Code of Professional Ethics, commit to regularly invest time in their ongoing professional development, and pay an annual professional fee.”

This year, CITT inducted 17 members into their “Quarter Century Club”, celebrating 25 years of uninterrupted certification: Ron Addison, Glenn M. Sanders, Mike H. Au, David A. Greenwood, William Kippan, Nathan Lauer, Catherine Lohe,  Neville Thomas, Ron Carter,  Ralph Dove, Robert Mason, Tyler Meijaard, Douglas Temperton, Virginia Viragh, Joseph Libralesso, Michel Fortin, and Suzanne Goyer.

They also congratulated three members who earned their designations from CITT in 1975—Andre Daoust, Aaron Daniels, and Kenneth Martin—on an impressive 40 years as certified CITT members.