Publications for Sale

These publications are available to members at prices negotiated with suppliers that offer a discount on the usual recommended prices. Download and complete the order form, include your membership number and benefit from the discounts offered. Alternatively please contact our Knowledge Centre team.

Non- members can purchase at the recommended prices or to enjoy the benefits of discounted publications join the Institute today.

 


The Growing Business Handbook
Inspiration and Advice from Successful Entrepreneurs and Fast Growing UK Companies
Adam Jolly

The Growing Business Handbook, now in its 17th Edition, provides a comprehensive account of the underlying challenges for growing companies, offering insight into techniques and solutions for maximizing growth and controlling risks during the course of 2016/17.

The Growing Business Handbook will highlight challenges that are likely to be making an impact on SMEs, including the implications of the UK government's new Enterprise Bill, the development of alternative sources of finance and the recommendation that business schools become more engaged in actively supporting SMEs.

 

Member Price - £33.99 £29.99
Non Member Price - £39.99
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International Journal of Logistics: Research & Applications
International Journal of Logistics: Research & Applications publishes original and challenging work that has a clear applicability to the business world. As a result the journal concentrates on papers of an academic journal standard but aimed at the practitioner as much as the academic. High quality contributions are therefore welcomed from both academics and professionals working in the field of logistics and supply chain management. Papers should further our understanding of logistics and supply chain management and make a significant original contribution to knowledge. In this context the term ’logistics’ is taken in its broadest context as "the management of processes, flow of materials and associated information along the entire supply chain, from raw materials through to the final user of the product". The journal is purchased on a volume basis containing 6 issues a year


 

Member Price: £50.00

Non Member Price: £159.00

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Principles of Warehouse Design
Effective warehouse operations are key to the majority of logistics processes and a well-designed and managed warehouse facility can provide significant business advantage. As the pace of change continues to gather momentum we must continue to review and update best practice in all areas of activity, and this new edition of the Principles of Warehouse Design is both appropriate and timely. This guide should be required reading for those specifying, designing, building and operating warehouse facilities because getting it right is worth the effort. Buy this item with Designing for Deliveries and enjoy a further discount of £10 on your overall order.


 

Member Price: £50.00

Non Member Price: £75.00

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Drivers Handbook
This comprehensive 90 page handbook includes vital information on all aspects of a drivers' responsibilities and his required knowledge. Sections include Legal, Health and Safety, Loads and Vehicles, On the Road, and many other useful items. Newly updated in November 2011 and includes a number of topics since the last edition to cover changes in legislation and enforcement practice. To buy this item in bulk or multiple copies, please contact the Webshop directly to benefit from a further discounted rate.


 

Member Price: £4.50

Non Member Price: £5.00

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Dictionary of Transport Terms Encountered in Logistics Operations Volume One: Domestic Transport - Road & Rail
This transport dictionary is volume one of two and covers domestic transport in the form of road and rail. Volume two covers international transport in the form of sea and air. The transport dictionary has many specific terms and this dictionary aims to provide a suitable meaning (or meanings if substantially different) for the terms, abbreviations, acronyms, shortenings and slang. Transport is an international business and the same terms are used in many countries thus where terms originate in countries other than the UK their country of origin has been identified. Members can buy this publication with the Dictionary of Transport Terms Encountered in Logistics Operations Volume Two International Transport - Sea & Air at a cost of £35.00 for both. Non-members can purchase both volumes for £50.


 

Member Price: £20.00

Non Member Price: £30.00

Plus postage & packaging




Dictionary of Transport Terms Encountered in Logistics Operations Volume Two International Transport - Sea & Air
This transport dictionary is volume two of two and covers international transport in the form of sea and air. Volume one covers international transport in the form of road and rail. The transport dictionary has many specific terms and this dictionary aims to provide a suitable meaning (or meanings if substantially different) for the terms, abbreviations, acronyms, shortenings and slang. Transport is an international business and the same terms are used in many countries thus where terms originate in countries other than the UK their country of origin has been identified. Members can buy this publication with the Dictionary of Transport Terms Encountered in Logistics Operations Volume One: Domestic Transport - Road & Rail at a cost of £35.00 for both. Non-members can purchase both volumes for £50


 

Member Price: £20.00

Non Member Price: £30.00

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Principles of Railway Operation by John Glover
With the arrival of the privatised railway and the nature of railway operation, the delivery of a safe service to the customer got much more complex. In place of the unified nationalised network, more than 100 different companies were now involved in the day-to-day running of the railway network. These companies vary in scale from Network Rail, the state-controlled single company that owns the whole operational infrastructure, through the three companies that provide the rolling stock and the some 25 Train Operating Companies through to the myriad companies involved in freight, maintenance and other operational aspects. 

This volume is a fully revised and enlarged version of 'abc Railway Operations' (originally published in 1999) in the format adopted for the later 'Principles of London Underground Operations' (published in 2000). Individual chapters deal with the organisation of the contemporary railway, the principles behind the safe operation of railways, track and signalling, passenger stations, passenger train operation, freight train operation, service provision and planning, safety and much else. 

There can be little doubt that the modern railway network - as bequeathed by the complex process of privatisation - is less straightforward than it was under British Rail; confusion abounds, both within the industry and amongst its customers (both passenger and freight), and objective information is all the more essential in these circumstances. 

The industry itself recognises that knowledge of the principles of railway operation is essential to the industry and this is reflected both in the increased impetus that the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport and the newly-established Institute of Railway Operation give to training.

 

Member Price and Non-Member price: £25.00

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Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning

Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning is the leading professional journal publishing peer-reviewed articles and case studies written by and for business continuity and emergency managers. Each quarterly 100-page issue provides a forum for leading practitioners and experts in the field to share latest developments, new thinking and best practice. The journal focuses on key strategic and business issues – not technical minutiae – with no advertorial or advertising.

  Member Price: £212.50

Non Member Price: £250.00

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Journal of Airport Management

Journal of Airport Management is the leading quarterly journal publishing in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies on airport management. Guided by an expert Editorial Board, each quarterly 100-page issue publishes original, authoritative articles and case studies written by and for airport managers, ground-handling companies, airlines and regulators, as well as their advisers, service providers, researchers and academics. Each issue provides detailed analysis, new thinking and ‘lessons learned’. 

   Member  Price:  £212.50

Non Member Price: £250.00

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