CILT(UK) appoints new chief executive

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The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in the UK – CILT(UK) has announced the appointment of Paul Adams as its new chief executive officer.

With more than 20 years of global experience in senior leadership roles, Paul joins CILT(UK) from the Institute of Directors (IoD) where he held the role of national director/chief operating officer for two years.

Prior to this, Paul held various CEO roles within the charity sector, including CEO of the Civil Mediation Council from 2018 to 2021 and CEO of the Clive Richards Foundation. Paul also served for 17 years in the military, including front line service in several conflict zones.

Commenting on his appointment of CEO of CILT(UK), Paul said: “I am delighted to be joining CILT(UK) as its new chief executive. The profile and significance of logistics, transport and supply chain as a sector has been made ever more prominent since its important role in keeping the country moving during the pandemic and I look forward to building on this momentum in my role as CEO. I am excited to have the opportunity to represent such a vital area of the UK economy and look forward to connecting with members and the profession during my tenure.”

Vikram Singla FCILT, Chair of the Board at CILT(UK) said: “After a comprehensive and thorough search for a suitable CEO, the Board has found a strong and passionate leader in Paul. His extensive experience in membership organisations, charities and education will help guide the Institute through an important period of growth as we move into the next phase of our journey into becoming the Institute of choice for all those working in the many facets of logistics, transport and the supply chain. I also thank Andrew Weatherill, Director of Finance and Company Secretary at CILT(UK) for leading the organisation over the past few months as Interim CEO.”

Paul will start his new role on 1 December 2023 and will be based at CILT(UK)’s head office in Corby, Northamptonshire.

Image credit: CILT (UK)

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