of Transport Management, initially
formed at an inaugural meeting on
the 13th October 1977, is the foremost
institute for transport management.
Founded by William Gavin, ex-RAF apprentice and Crew
Chief Transport Command, the history of the Institute
has its roots in the first ever award for 'Transport
Manager of the Year" which
was presented in 1977.
by the Transport Journal, Avis and Fiat, the first
ever 'Transport Manager of the Year' award presented
to George Hughes, Transport Manager, Coca-Cola,
at a ceremony in 1977, was subject to extensive
television coverage by ITN and BBC.
The recipient of the 'Transport Manager of the Year' title…