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20th February, 2010

Mayoman Paul Mallee, 34, has been elected president of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (Cilt).

He succeeds Bill Lilley, having served as vice-president since 2007. Mallee splits his time between Dublin and London as he also works as a strategy consultant in the transportation practice of management consultancy firm Booz and Co.

His first taste of the logistics industry was as a graduate with IBM Ireland. He later moved into consulting with IBM Business Consulting...

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