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Institute of Transport

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The Institute of Transport (IoT) was founded in London on 3 November 1919 and granted a Royal Charter in 1926[5] to become the Chartered Institute of Transport (CIT).

In 1999 the Chartered Institute of Transport and the Institute of Logistics (IoL) combined activities to become the Institute of Logistics and Transport (IOLT). In 2004 "chartered" was adopted into the title, which now reads Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

1920 The Institute effectively came into active existence when the first president, Sir Eric Geddes gave the inaugural address[1]

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