Dubai Trade graduated the 4th batch of 274 professionals in supply chain and cross border trading through its Certified Trade and Logistics Professional (CTLP) course.
The graduation ceremony, which was held recently at the Al Fardha Hall in Dubai Customs premises was attended by senior officials including Mahmood Al Bastaki, CEO of Dubai Trade CEO, Steve Cross, Board Member of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) U.A.E. along with senior officials and graduates from DP World, Dubai Customs and Dubai Trade.
Dubai Trade CEO, Mahmood Al Bastaki in his opening speech congratulated the graduates and said: ” We are proud of the success of the CTLP, more than 800 trainees from a diverse range of job roles and functions including logistics and transportation service providers, freight forwarders, customs brokers, shipping agents, traders, marine service providers and government officials enrolled in CTLP where 47 sessions were conducted since its inception in 2011. It is heartening to see the interest also from outside the U.A.E., the course was attended by trainees from the US, Germany, KSA, Qatar, Bahrain, Azerbaijan, Yemen and Sudan.” He continued: “We assure the continuation of the CTLP course improvement in line with the ‘Dubai 2021 – Government of the Future initiative’ which calls for adoption of the best international standards and practices in the field of government services.” The CTLP course covers seven modules, ranging from Introduction to Trade, Import ‘&’ Export Process, Transshipment, Multi-Modal Transport and Chartering, Freight Forwarders, Logistics and Supply Chain, DP World and Dubai Customs e-Services.
Source : WAM News Agency for United Arab Emirates