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Diary date, launch of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, CILT Benchmarking Forum

Wednesday 4th November 2009 – 10.00 – 13.00
The London Room
AECOM, The Johnson Building, 77 Hatton Garden,
London, EC1N 8JS

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The Institute is establishing a new Forum that meets 3-4 times a year, to develop the financial and environmental benefits to be derived from benchmarking performance across warehousing and truck and van fleets. The plan is to engage speakers, inform current benchmarking activities and platforms, and show how benchmarking outputs can be best used to bring about change and improvements for the benefit of members and the profession.

Potential Hot Topics

The following are initial topics that CILT Members may wish to review within the Forum. The wider ‘agenda’ for the Forum will be decided by Forum members during the first few meetings and these will evolve alongside the development of the Forum.

Background to benchmarking

Benefits of benchmarking

Selecting KPIs

Data sources and transfer

Target setting

Understanding outputs

Implementing interventions

Benchmarking tools

Suggestions for other topics will be gratefully received and debated in producing the ‘agenda’ for the Forum.

Proposed Agenda:

10.00 Registration

10.30 Welcome and Introductions

Scott Hardy CMILT, Freight Best Practice and proposed Forum Chairman

10.45 Forum – Group Discussion Terms of Reference & Purpose


11.00 DfT’s On Line Benchmarking (OLB) project

Update on OLB and practical demonstration

11.45 CILT Logmark (Benchmarking)

Chris Holmes Benefits of Logmark

12.00 Group discussion and Q&A for the Speakers

12.30 Future forum topics and events

12.45 Date and venue of next meeting, AOB followed by lunch (to be provided)

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