OTTAWA, Ont. — Logistics professionals, modal representatives and government officials will be getting together in Ottawa April 24 to discuss pressing issues at the Transportation Outlook Conference.
The event, which has gained a reputation in recent years for attracting influential stakeholders wanting to participate in a frank exchange of concerns and ideas, is organized by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in North America and sponsored once again by Canadian Transportation & Logistics. Editorial director Lou Smyrlis will be on hand to provide a summary of the day’s highlights.
“This conference is a leadership forum to review and assess the impact of major global and national issues on future North American modal transportation systems. Economic, institutional, technological and environmental forces are rapidly evolving and, with them, the changing patterns of global and North American trade,” Smyrlis says. “An assessment of the impact of these factors on present and future transportation services is vital for efficient strategic planning, business and sustainable development.”
For registration or further information, go to www.ciltna.com or call 613-688-1438.
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