Dubai Trade, the online gateway for trade and logistics services in Dubai, has graduated today more than 300 Certified Trade & Logistics Professional (CTLP) and Certified Customs Broker (CCB).
It also signed MOU with The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) – International which based on it the Certified Trade & Logistics Professional (CTLP) has been internationally recognised as a programme as well as exempted graduates from one unit if they decided to continue their education with CITL International.
The agreement was signed between Eng.Mahmood AlBastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade and Jan Steenberg, Chair of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport International Education Standards committee with the presence of Jon Harris, International Professional Development Coordinator at CILT and Steve Cross, Board Member of Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (CILT) in UAE.
Before handing out the certificates to the graduates, Dubai Trade CEO, Eng. Mahmood Al Bastaki delivered an opening speech and congratulated the graduates: “Our congratulations to all the graduates, who have shown remarkable keenness to stay up-to-date with the latest supply chain and cross-border business concepts to ensure smoother trade and commerce for our region and eliminate process errors.”
Ms. Poornima Raveendran, Logistics Coordinator, gave a thank you speech on behalf of the graduates and said: “I believe that CTLP is an ideal and beneficial programme for anyone who is interested in upgrading his content knowledge in trade and logistics. It also helped me a lot to get accepted in my current job. I would take this opportunity to thank Dubai Trade and especially, the professional lecturers for giving us this great chance to learn and be more confident at what we are currently doing.”