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October 12 is deadline to register for Canada Logistics Conference 2015


TORONTO, Ont.–CITT is reminding industry that time and spots are running out for Canada’s annual thought leadership conference for every supply chain logistics professional – Canada Logistics Conference 2015. Since 2012, attendance has grown nearly 20%, with early registrations suggesting this year’s could be the biggest and best-attended conference ever hosted by CITT. The deadline to register is October 12.

The conference runs from October 25-27 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and includes 8 learning sessions carefully planned to deliver a mix of topics relevant for senior people working in all facets of the profession–shippers, carriers, 3PLs, ancillary service providers, and others.

Those interested in attending are encouraged to secure one of the remaining spots now at www.citt.ca/conference and, if needed, book travel and accommodations as soon as possible. The hotel rooms set aside for conference delegates are booking up fast.

Among the learning sessions sessions is the newly announced “Moving the Pan Am Games” case study, in which delegates will be treated to a behind-the-scenes look at the logistics project by DB Schenker of Canada that moved over 1 million items to over 60 venues in the Greater Toronto Area.

The full list of learning sessions at Canada Logistics Conference 2015 includes:

·         Canadian Regulatory Primer

·         “Moving the Pan Am Games” Case Study

·         Attention Management

·         Sustainability Reports

·         The ‘Mature’ Supply Chain Panel

·         Packaging Optimization

·         2016 Economic Outlook

·         St. Lawrence Seaway

·         Guided Tour of the Welland Canal

 Full information about Canada Logistics Conference 2015 is available here. Registration for the conference closes October 12, so CITT encourages those interested to register as soon as possible to secure a spot.


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