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Canadian outsourcing trends to be explored at breakfast seminar

Transportation Media editorial director Lou Smyrlis and Pete Dalmazzi, vice president & general manager, Ryder Cana...


Transportation Media editorial director Lou Smyrlis and Pete Dalmazzi, vice president & general manager, Ryder Canada, will be headlining Supply Chain & Logistics Canada’s Inside Outsourcing breakfast seminar tomorrow.<br>
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Smyrlis will preview the results of the second annual Survey of Canadian Third-Party Logistics, which includes considerable input from Canadian motor carriers. <br>
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The national survey, conducted in partnership with The Logistics Institute and SCL, includes responses from more than 800 supply chain professionals representing a variety of industry sectors across Canada. It details user perspectives on 3PL services and benchmarking of supply chain improvements gained through outsourcing.<br>
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Dalmazzi will provide insights into the results from the 3PL service provider perspective. Ryder is the survey’s founding sponsor.<br>
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The event takes place at the Toronto Board of Trade Airport Centre at 830 Dixon Road. It starts at 7:30 a.m.<br>
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All attendees will receive a handout containing results from the Survey of Canadian Third-Party Logistics and comparisons with outsourcing practices in other major industrialized nations. <br>
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For more information, visit www.infochain.org. To register, call 905-519-7300 or e-mail: events@sclcanada.org<br>
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Transportation Media includes Truck News, Truck West, Motortruck, Canadian Transportation & Logistics, industry directories and online products as well as a research group dedicated to analyzing industry issues. It has a combined circulation of over 150,000 buyers and providers and transportation services in Canada.


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