Shippers and carriers to debate issues shaping transportation in 2012 and beyond
November 16, 2011
BRAMPTON, Ont. - There is a limited number of seats available for November 23rd's Shipper-Carrier Roundtable, featuring prominent industry stakeholders debating key issues and trends shaping transportation in 2012 and beyond.
BRAMPTON, Ont. – There is a limited number of seats available for November 23rd‘s Shipper-Carrier Roundtable, featuring prominent industry stakeholders debating key issues and trends shaping transportation in 2012 and beyond.
This exclusive event is being hosted by CITT Toronto Area Council at the Maritime-Ontario auditorium built for industry education opportunities in Brampton. The roundtable, moderated by Lou Smyrlis, editorial director, Transportation Media, will be filmed in front of a live audience for the award-winning WebTV show, Transportation Matters. There will also be an opportunity for the audience to participate in a question and answer period and add organic thought to the event.
Following are the event details:
Key Issues & Trends Shaping Transportation in 2012 and Beyond
6:00 pm: Networking session with food and refreshments
7:00 pm: Roundtable begins;
Doug Harrison, CITT, president Day & Ross
Jack Bradley, CITT, director purchasing & logistics, Armtec
Brian Taylor, president, Liberty Linehaul
Heather Felbel, vice president logistics, Indigo Books & Music
Doug Munro, president, Maritime-Ontario
Jonathan Maislin, president, Maisliner
Dan Goodwill; president, Dan Goodwill and Associates
Event sponsor: Shaw Tracking
Cost: CITT Member $40.00 per person
CITT Student $25.00
RSVP: There are a total of 50 spots available for this event, so please act fast. If you would like to attend, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to send payment to the address below to hold your spot. We will also require your full name, company name and the position held within your company. If you have any questions please contact email@example.com or call Tom Pauls directly at 905-821-3455 x 225.
To hold your reservation, payment by cheque must be received by Friday, Novemer 19th, 2010
Cheques should be made payable to the CITT Toronto Area Council and mailed to:
CITT Toronto Area Council
Round Table event
6045 Creditview Road
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