Morris moves to CILTA in ALC shake-up


The current CEO of the ALC will take over at the Chartered Institute of Logisitics and Transport in Australia

The current chief executive of the Australian Logisitics Council will take over at the Chartered Institute of Logisitics and Transport in Australia (CILTA) as part of a shake-up at the ALC.

Hal Morris’ four-year tenure as chief executive of the ALC has ended, with the group today replacing him with Michael Kilgariff

The announcement comes as the ALC prepares to move itself from Queensland to Canberra in an attempt to be closer government proceedings and ministers.

Morris has been the head of the ALC since 2005 and will remain in Queensland with CILTA.

"Hal Morris takes up the leadership of CILTA at a time critical to the Transport and Logisitics Industry," CILTA Chairman John West says.

Morris replaces outgoing CILTA Executive Director Len Harper, who becomes only the second Australian to be appointed as the international president of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

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