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EDUCATION: What’s the future of Canadian intermodalism?

TORONTO, Ont. -- A forecast of intermodalism's capacity and growth is one of several topics to be covered during Ca...

TORONTO, Ont. — A forecast of intermodalism’s capacity and growth is one of several topics to be covered during Canadian Intermodal 2004, a conference dedicated to the fast-growing but challenged transportation option, set for Sept. 22 and 23 in Toronto.

This particular session will examine domestic shipping trends and the capital that will need to be spent to keep up with shipper demands.

Intermodal 2004, will include presentations from an impressive list of organizations, including the Canadian Industrial Transportation Association, the Shipping Federation of Canada, the Railway Association of Canada, the Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters, the Vancouver Port Authority, Consolidated Fastfrate and both railways.

It will also include six international presentations, including the European Intermodal Association and the National Centre for Intermodal Transportation.

Truck News’ sister publication, Canadian Transportation & Logistics, is the media partner for Canadian Intermodal 2004 and editorial director Lou Smyrlis is the conference chair.

To register, call 1-800-882-8684 or online at

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