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CITT Speaker Forum to examine security issues for logistics and trade

WOODBRIDGE, Ont. -- There are still seats left for CITT Toronto Area Councils Speaker Forum focusing on security a...


WOODBRIDGE, Ont. — There are still seats left for CITT Toronto Area Councils Speaker Forum focusing on security and the impact on logistics and trade.

The dinner event takes place Wednesday, June 6th at the Riviera Parque in Woodbridge (2800 Hwy 7, North West corner of Hwy 7 and Creditstone)

Editorial director Lou Smyrlis will moderate a panel that includes the following experts:

Trent Cosgrove, Consultant, TCA Limited
Customs/Border security programs overview, (CTPAT, ACE, FAST, E-manifest impact and risk management issues)

– Michael Pinto, Manager Domestic & Transborder, Maersk Canada Inc.
Impact of new security measures on containerized cargo

– Christopher Reed, Auto & Cargo theft specialist York Regional Police
Protecting your cargo

– Mr. John R. Nay, U.S. Consul General in Ontario
Security concerns and their impact on US-Canada trade

The panel presentations will be followed by a 30 minute Question & Answer period.

The event starts at 6 :00 pm with a networking session, followed by dinner at 6:45. The Speaker Forum gets rolling at 7:25 p.m.

The cost for the events are as follows: CITT verified students $40; CITT members $45; and general public, $55.

To register, send e-mail to: TAC.June.Panel@gmail.com. Reply with name, title, CITT status, company name, and number of guests.

To hold your reservation, advance payment must be received by Monday, June 4th.

Or email the above address stating you will pay at the door (These will be considered reservations to collect)

Payment to be sent to:
ATTN: Toronto Area Council.
CITT
10 King Street East Suite 400


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