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*** LAST DAY! Don’t miss your chance to participate in our Survey of the Logistics Professional***

Returns from our fourth annual Survey of the Canadian Logistics Professional have broken all previous records. But we want more.

Why? Because the higher the response the better a job we can do at tracking industry remuneration and career trends. The survey deadline has been extended to Monday Dec. 2. This is your last chance to participate – and your last chance to win our special draw prize, Palm Pilot’s top-of-the-line handheld.

Is your logistics job paying what it should? Are you paying your subordinates a competitive salary? Help us find out by participating in the Survey of the Canadian Logistics Professional.

Simply click on the link provided at the bottom to get started. The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete.

This is the most authoritative survey of its kind in Canada. We have partnered once again with founding sponsor TSI Group, a leading recruitment firm specializing in providing human resource solutions in supply chain management and the Canadian Association of Supply Chain & Logistics Management, the leading industry association, to bring the survey to you. This year we have also added the Laurier Institute of Wilfrid Laurier University as a supporting partner.

Your responses will be combined with those of others involved in the industry to develop a statistical report to be published in the January and February 2003 issues of our magazine.

Of course, your answers are completely confidential and participation in this survey is voluntary. The data will be collected and tabulated by independent research firm G. Bramm & Associates. The data will also be securely stored by G. Bramm & Associates and destroyed once tabulation has been completed.

Thank you in advance for your assistance in this important project. To show our appreciation, all returned questionnaires will be entered into a draw for Palm Pilot’s top-of-the-line handheld.


Lou Smyrlis
Editorial Director
Canadian Transportation & Logistics

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