Jack Bradley, CITT
2010 CITT Award of Excellence Winner

TORONTO, Sept 7 / Andrew Dixon, CITT, Chair of the CITT National Board of Directors, is proud to announce that Jack Bradley, CITT, has been selected as this year's recipient of the Award of Excellence.

The CITT Award of Excellence is presented annually to the member who best exemplifies a strong commitment to the logistics profession and to CITT. Nominees are selected by their peers.

Mr. Bradley is currently the Director of Purchasing & Logistics for Armtec.  His responsibilities include developing centralized systems in support of the company's regional operations, vendor relationship management, coaching and skills development as well as directing cost and service improvements and activities pertaining to purchasing and logistics.Mr. Bradley has been involved in the supply chain industry for over three decades in various leadership capacities with companies such as Rothmans, Benson & Hedges, Vicwest Corporation, MSM & Associates Consulting, Husky Injection Molding Systems and the Royal Group Inc. 

With a resume that dates back over 30 years, Mr. Bradley still felt honoured at being selected as the recipient of the 2010 CITT Award of Excellence. "CITT has been a part of who I am since my first full-time job in industry," said Mr. Bradley. "As I look at the list of prior recipients of this prestigious award, I cannot help but feel humbled by being selected."

Mr. Bradley has a B.A. from the University of Toronto and his P.MM designation from MHMS.  He earned his CITT designation in 1981. He currently serves on the Executive Board for SCL Canada and is a former Chair of the City of Brampton Safety Council.  Mr. Bradley has written numerous industry articles and co-authored chapters in textbooks, including materials used by CITT students.   

As a course facilitator and mentor, CITT has been a part of Mr. Bradley's professional life since the early 90s, first in the classroom and later as an online instructor. Over the years, he continued to make contributions to the course curriculum. And as a long-time educator, he understands the challenges and rewards that come with earning the designation.

"The CITT designation provides instant credibility within our industry, and I know the dedication required to earn it," said Mr. Bradley. "I wanted to be a part of that learning experience and support others in accomplishing their goals. It has been extremely rewarding." 

Mr. Bradley shares this award with his wife of 33 years, Angie, their daughter Sarah, son Bob and daughter-in-law Melissa.