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Terence Hughes and Rob Thompson present the legacy and influence of developments established in the logistics and transport infrastructure of the First World War. Remarkably, the innovation of the transport infrastructure in the First World War led to the very beginning of what we now know as CILT, with the creation of the Institute of Transport at London’s Savoy Hotel in 1919.
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The Institute’s 2014 Annual Awards will be presented on the evening of Thursday 2nd October.
The venue for the prestigious event will be the Lancaster London Hotel and will commence at 18.45.
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Salary: £70,000-£80,000pa + car + benefits
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