TORONTO, Ont. — The results from the first annual Transportation Buying Trends Survey will be presented at a special event at Transpo 2005 this March 8 in Toronto.
The survey, which was just completed, provides a comprehensive look at key items such as rates, application of ancillary charges, length of contracts, future shipment volumes and capacity concerns for every mode. The responses of more than 600 shippers from across Canada are included in the survey.
The survey was conducted in partnership with the Canadian Industrial Transportation Association (CITA) and the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT).
During the special presentation of the survey at the Transpo exhibition and conference, Transportation Media editorial director Lou Smyrlis will detail the survey’s most important findings and provide an interpretive analysis based on current economics trends. He will also be contrasting the survey results with similar research conducted in the U.S.
The presentation takes place at 2 p.m. in the Donald Sutherland Room at the Toronto Congress Centre.
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