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CILTNA to present transportation outlook study at June conference

OTTAWA, Ont. -- The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in North America (CILTNA) plans to hold its Sixt...

OTTAWA, Ont. — The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in North America (CILTNA) plans to hold its Sixth Transportation Situation & Outlook Conference held in Ottawa on June 11, 2007 at the National Arts Centre, Panorama Room.

This conference is a leadership forum to review and assess the impact of major global and national issues on the future of the various components of the North American transportation system.

Economic, institutional technological, and environmental forces are rapidly evolving and, with them, the changing patterns of Global and North American trade. An assessment of the impact of these factors on present and future transportation services is vital for efficient policy, strategic planning, business and sustainable development.

CILTNA will present at the conference the findings of its comprehensive Transportation Situation Outlook Study which is being prepared by professional experts in the field of transportation and forecasting. The report provides strategic information and covers the future situation to 2025 of the marine, rail and trucking freight traffic flows and assesses the impact of the study findings on the various components of the transportation system. The report will form a basic framework for the Conference discussions.

Founded in 1919, the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport headquartered in London, England, the institute has 30,000 members in 28 countries.

For further information and registration please call (613) 688-1438 or go to

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