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Emerging leaders to discuss future of road transportation

BRAMPTON, Ont. -- How will road transportation change in the years to come? What will drive the change? Come and hear from the future leaders who will be impacted by and shape that change at the Future Leaders 2010 Roundtable being held...


BRAMPTON, Ont. — How will road transportation change in the years to come? What will drive the change? Come and hear from the future leaders who will be impacted by and shape that change at the Future Leaders 2010 Roundtable being held  in Brampton Nov. 9.

The event, presented by CITT Toronto Area Council and sponsored by the CTHRC and M-O Freightworks, features Transportation Media editorial director Lou Smyrlis engaging seven of road transportation’s emerging leaders in an insightful conversation about future issues, trends and challenges. The conversation will be taped for Transportation Media’s award-winning show Transportation Matters. This is the first time the show will be filmed in front of a studio audience.

Roundtable panelists include:

Tracey Raimondo CITT, vice president, logistics, Normandin Transit

Valerie McSween CITT, vice president, Eastern region, Mactrans Logistics

Jacquie Meyers CITT, president, Meyers Transportation Services

Trevor Kurtz, general manager, Kurtz Trucking

Rachel Arseneau, vice president, GX Transport

Kennie Orlick, operations manager, Orlick Transport

Dean Kohut, co-owner, Hi-Way 9 Express

The event will be held Tuesday, Nov. 9 at the  Maritime-Ontario Facilities, 1 Maritime-Ontario Blvd, Brampton, Ont. There will be a networking session with food and refreshments starting at 6 p.m.

If you would like to attend, please send your request to jamesnguyen@ups.com. Cost is $30 per person.


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