CITT is a non-profit organization created by industry in 1958. Today, CITT is industry's most experienced, valued and respected source of complete, career-long learning and career-path development open for everyone who buys, sells or manages the flow of goods and product, or is impacted by supply chain logistics. CITT provides:

CITT learning and professional development offerings are all affordable, accessible online and have the best ROI in the business.

Learn more about the CCLP designation & how to earn it

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Find your fastest path to the CCLP designation

Learn more about the CCLP designation here. Or, click here for detailed information about CITT's specialized logistics and business management courses in the program of study toward the CCLP designation. You can also download a PDF copy of our guide to the CCLP program and designation here:

Click here to download a PDF guide to CITT courses and the CCLP professional designation


Industry Alliances


Canadian Blockchain Supply Chain Association Freight Management Association of Canada Hwy H2O Private Motor Truck Council of Canada

CITT’s industry allies are organizations which represent groups of businesses or individuals with strong ties to the Canadian logistics sector. Some represent groups directly involved in logistics or whose operations have very significant logistics needs, while others represent those who service, support or advocate in the logistics space. By allying with CITT – Canada’s Logistics Association – they demonstrate their openness to industry collaboration and the spirit of cooperation through which the sector thrives. CITT also provides enhanced support and value for members of its industry alliance organizations.


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