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Ontario Warehouse Professional Earns
IWLA Certified Logistics Professional Designation
April 27, 2015 (Des Plaines, Ill.) – IWLA, the resource for warehouse logistics, recently awarded the Certified Warehouse Logistics Professional (CWLP) designation to Faye Armstrong, client services manager at Armstrong Warehousing, based in Mississauga, Ontario. She received formal recognition March 10 during the IWLA Convention & Expo in Savannah, Ga.
“I’ve gotten to know Faye Armstrong through her dedication to professional development and her participation in many IWLA and logistics-industry events,” says IWLA President & CEO Steve DeHaan. “During IWLA events, Faye stands out as a leader of group work and course discussion. Her depth of knowledge and experience in management enhances the material and other attendees.”
Armstrong joined her family’s warehouse logistics organization in 2013. Previously, Armstrong worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, in the Audit and Assurance Group. She earned her bachelors’ of Commerce degree in 2006, Master of Business Administration in 2007 and she is a Chartered Professional Accountant.
The International Warehouse Logistics Association created the three-tiered Warehouse Logistics Professional Program to recognize warehouse logistics professionals who achieve standards of excellence. There is only one level of professional achievement higher: the EWLP – or “Executive” level.
To earn CWLP, individuals must participate in a balanced and well-rounded array of professional development programs – focused on everything from warehouse technology to warehouse safety and economics. The IWLA Education Committee oversees IWLA’s course offerings and the certification program and processes final approval on all certification applicants.
The International Warehouse Logistics Association’s Certified Warehouse Logistics Professional program is designed specifically for the warehouse logistics professional and is recognized by hundreds of companies. For more information on the program, contact the IWLA Education Department at 847.813.4699 or via email at education@IWLA.com.
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About IWLA: Since 1891, the International Warehouse Logistics Association has been the resource for warehouse logistics, advocacy, and education. For more information, visit www.IWLA.com. IWLA, formerly the American Warehouse Association, serves nearly 500 corporate members representing 3,000 warehousing locations.