VANCOUVER, BC — Fuel is the lifeblood of the transportation and logistics industry.
Unfortunately, it is also highly susceptible to volatile pricing. How do constantly fluctuating fuel prices affect your ability to service your customers or forecast an accurate budget? Even fuel surcharges, a temporary measure designed to help alleviate the problem, appear to be here to stay. It’s a far too familiar problem that has plagued the transportation industry for years.
Learn more about one of the most contentious issues facing transportation today by attending Fuel Pricing: Managing the Lifeblood of the Industry, a professional development and networking event presented by CITT at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown this June 3.
Moderated by editorial director Lou Smyrlis, the afternoon event includes the following panel speakers:
Curtis Cloutier, Senior Manager, Shore Operations Vancouver Fraser Port Authority Paul Landry, CEO, B.C. Trucking Association (B.C. Division of CTA) Ryan McFarlane, CITT, Superintendent Operations, Star Shipping Canada Ltd. Pamela Ryan, Director, Planning and Community Relations, Gateway Program, British Columbia Ministry of Transportation Michele Waters, Manager Strategy & Yield Marketing Sales, CP Rail Geoff Barlow, CITT, Senior Manager, Distribution, HBC Logistics
Register online at www.citt.ca/fuel
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