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CITT TAC’s ‘Fast Forward: An Inside Look at the Future of Trucking’ now sold out

TORONTO, Ont.–The CITT TAC’s exclusive speaker event on September 24, looking at the future of trucking, is now sold out. The CITT TAC thanks participants for their interest in the event.


The presentation, ‘Fast Forward: An Inside Look at the Future of Trucking’, will examine the future of trucking and how can you use that information when negotiating equitable rates and contracted service agreements.

This event is being sponsored by Mobil Delvac with the support of M-O Freightworks, Fleet Executive Magazine and CITT Toronto Area Council.

Industry experts will discuss the need for new recruitment and retention strategies for transportation professionals, and the imminent adoption of breakthrough technologies and new transportation strategies. Participate in the discussion as the experts debate how these changes will reshape the face of the Canadian trucking industry, bringing forth new leaders, requiring new skill sets and transforming the shipper-carrier dynamic.

The speakers confirmed so far for this event are:

Jason Libralesso, Sr. Director Transportation, Sobey’s

Jonathan Wahba, Chief Operating Officer, Kriska

Elias Demangos, President, Fortigo Freight

Al Goodhall, Professional Driver

Guy Broderick, Driver Trainer, APPS Transport

Angela Splinter, Executive Director, Trucking HR Canada

Chris Iveson, Director of Maintenance, Challenger Motor Freight

The event will be moderated by editorial director Lou Smyrlis and covered by Canadian Shipper and Fleet Executive editorial staff.


1 Maritime-Ontario Blvd. Brampton, Ontario L6S 6G4


6:00 to 7:00 pm Networking and Buffet Dinner;

7:00 to 8:30 pm Speakers Forum moderated by Lou Smyrlis


$50.00 CCLP Designates and Students, and CSCMP members

(CITT is pleased to welcome CSCMP members at the preferred rate)

$65.00 All others.

REGISTRATION is available here.


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