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SCL’s Calgary symposium to focus on unique supply chain solutions

CALGARY, Alta. -- Supply Chain & Logistics Canada's Calgary symposium on recognizing unique supply chain solutions...

CALGARY, Alta. — Supply Chain & Logistics Canada’s Calgary symposium on recognizing unique supply chain solutions has been set for March 24-25, at the Calgary Marriott Hotel.

“Running an organization’s logistics activities to achieve business goals is tougher than ever. Logistics professionals are expected to handle an ever-growing number of responsibilities, while expectations expand and budgets shrink. SCL’s Calgary Symposium will present a variety of unique supply chain practices, representing a cross section of regions and sectors, highlighting innovative logistics solutions,” SCL says about the event.

Confirmed Presentations include:
* Wireless LAN in Support of Supply Chain Management
Brent Douziech, Manager of Strategy and Service Development, Bell West (a division of Bell Canada)
* Transportation and Logistics: Calgary ‘s Rising Star
Bruce Graham, President & CEO, Calgary Economic Development
* Deciding Between Core and Non-Core: Improving Service Delivery
Fred Kulach , VP – Business Development, Progistix-Solutions Inc.
* Port of Vancouver – Your Port of Choice
Kevin Little, Senior Vice President – Business Development, Vancouver Port Authority
* A Logistics Platform for the New Millenium
Stephan Poirier, Senior Director – Cargo Air Service Development, Calgary International Airport
* Service Level Optimization: Reducing Inventory Costs and Enhancing Service
Trevor Williams , CEO, Kelmic Consulting Inc
* Logistics Strategies for Shareholder Value Enhancement
Brian Wilson, Director of Finance, Ryder Canada
Confirmed Speakers include:
* Don Borsk, Supply Chain Management Inc.
* Rod Case, Canadian Pacific Railway
* Mitchell Zulinick, Arrow Transportation Systems Inc.

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