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 Mr. John Harvey, BSc (Hons), M.I.E, MBS, MSc (Econ), CMILT, MIEI
During 40 years in Irish Rail, John
was Senior Engineer, Manager Special Projects/Intercity Accounts until retirement. He managed railway projects including railcar and carriage acquisitions, computerised timetable, ticketing equipment, entry/exit gates, smart cards, Y2K and Euro changeover.
He currently lectures on railway technology and operations in DIT.
Mr. Mark Delaney, CMILT
Mark worked in retail for 17 years. He then went into logistics operations management and worked for 11 years with the Musgrave Group. He is currently working with BWG Foods (who own the Spar, Eurospar, XL
and Mace Brands) in their National Distribution Centre at Kilcarbery, Dublin.
Mr. Richard Butler, BSc (Hons), MSc SCM, CMILT
Mr. James Ryan, BSc Surv, MSc SCM, CMILT
James has over 15 years of experience across the construction, retail and pharmaceutical sectors. A graduate of NITL/DIT Supply Chain Management MSc (2011/12) and currently responsible for the development of a Young Professionals Group within CILT Ireland which will provide a forum for new (and existing) young members within CILT.
Mr. Tim Daly, MSc, FIMI, M Inst TA, FCILT
Tim has over 30 years experience working in senior transport management positions both in Ireland and internationally. He is currently the Head of Training at Bus Eireann. Having an MSc in Transport and Logistics
he has lectured in Transport Degree programmes in UK.
cilT in Focus
Richard is a graduate of Transport Operations and Technology from DIT Bolton Street, and also holds an MSc in Supply Chain Management from UCD Michael Smur t Graduate Business School, Blackrock. Richard has been a member of the CILT National Council since 2013, he is currently the Vice Chairperson CILT Ireland, Eastern Section 2014-2015 and is Chairperson of the CILT Ireland Student Idea of The Year Awards 2015 Committee. Richard has a personal interest in shipping and he has completed a number of assignments working with major companies in order to improve business processes and to highlight and resolve Supply Chain
Issues. Currently Richard is working on the development of CILT Ireland’s Young Professionals Group and has organised a number of CILT events.
Mr. Ailbe Burke
Ailbe who holds an MSc in Strategic Automotive Management from Loughborough University. He is a Fellow at the Institute of Motor Industry FIMI and also an AAE Advanced Automotive Engineer at the Institute of Motor Industry. He is a MSAE Member of the Society of Automotive Engineers SAE and CMILT, Chartered Member at Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. His course in Transport Safety Management has won the Safety award at the ILTA awards last year. He has worked with VOLVO Truck & Bus UK and Ireland and is currently lecturing at Limerick Institute of Technology on the BEng. Transport Technology & Management programme.
Mr. Donal Keating
Head of Operations – Dublin Bus
Donal began his career in Dublin Bus in September 1980 after qualifying with an Engineering Degree from University College Cork and has worked with Dublin Bus since then. He has worked in several senior management positions in his time in Dublin Bus and currently holds the position of Head of Operations. Donal holds an M.Sc. in Transportation and an M.B.A. He is very interested in the role of the bus in a functioning City like Dublin and believes that there is an untapped value that the bus can add to ensure the vibrant, commercial entity a Capital City should be.
Mr. David Nestor
Managing Director – DNFS
David Nestor Freight Services Ltd. was established in 1997 by David Nestor. Having completed the only third level transport management course available in Ireland in the early nineties at the College of Commerce in Rathmines, David set about using his acquired academic knowledge with his natural aptitude for the sector. His company is now the  rst indigenous Irish company to hold ISO 28000 certi cation for security in supply chain management.
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