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CCMA Conference and Trade Expo fast approaching

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- The Canadian Courier & Messenger Association's Annual Conference and Trade Show is just around...

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Canadian Courier & Messenger Association’s Annual Conference and Trade Show is just around the corner.

The CCMA has announced its upcoming Conference & Expo, “Managing Through Change”, for transportation and logistics professionals will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2005 at the Mississauga Convention Centre in Mississauga, Ont.

Kicking off the event will be a Presidents’ Panel Discussion detailing Global/North American trade, border security and trade impacts. The panel (to date) includes: Robert Johnson, President & CEO, Purolator Courier Ltd. and Glenn Rice, President, UPS Canada. Panelists will share insight, future trends, vision and more.

The keynote luncheon presentation from. Brigita Gravitis-Beck, Director General, Air Policy, Transport Canada will paint Transport Canada’s and the Minister of Transport (The Honourable Jean-C. Lapierre’s) vision for the future of air transportation in Canada; recent discussion has indicated an inclination toward deregulation of Canada’s air Industry.

The day includes a two-track format of speakers ensuring coverage of a wide range of topics. The conference will focus on key areas of importance and the conference theme is “Managing Through Change”. Participants will learn from key strategists and leaders about innovative tactics designed to assist professionals with valuable insight for continued success in the rapidly changing courier industry. The conference will also include a Supplier Trade Show & Expo, with businesses serving the transportation, courier, messenger and logistics markets, showcasing their products and services.

For details on the conference, the program agenda and to register, go to or go to and click on Events & Meetings.

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