CITT announces new award for logistics decision modeling
The Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (C.I.T.T.) and the Canadian Transportation Education Foundation (CTEF) are announcing a new award to be presented at CITT’s annual awards dinner on November 9.
The Robert A. Hains Award will be awarded to the graduate who achieved the highest academic standing in logistics decision modeling for the 2000-2001 academic year.
"Robert A. Hains provided significant voice throughout his career, and was an avid volunteer in the C.I.T.T. and CTEF, the Canadian Industrial Traffic League, and the Traffic Club of Montreal. He has always understood the importance of being well-educated, and was one of the participants in the first National Traffic and Transportation examination in 1958In 1981 he was the first Canadian to receive the Management Professional Achievement Award in recognition of his contribution to the advancement of physical distribution," says Erin Pryde, marketing and communications coordinator for C.I.T.T.
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