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Canada Logistics Conference 2014
Canada's annual thought leadership conference
for all supply chain logistics professionals
CITT held Canada Logistics Conference 2014 in Calgary, Alberta from October 22-24, 2014. An audience of nearly 200 shippers, carriers and vendors from across sectors attended to learn about the most important issues facing the supply chain sector and the people who run it. Always informative, engaging, and highly rated, Canada Logistics Conference—presented by CITT, industry’s most valued source of logistics courses, professional certification and expertise—was THE can’t-miss annual professional development event for logistics professionals.
The 2014 program featured:
- Success in the West
Moderated by Lou Smyrlis, Editorial Director,
Transportation Properties – Business Information Group
This high-powered panel, featuring perspectives from rail and road carriers, a major shipper, an economist, and more, offers an in-depth look at logistics in Western Canada, exploring how it’s evolving, and how your organization should adapt to take advantage this economic powerhouse.
- Transportation Control Towers
Presented by Ryan Bloor, CCLP and Oliver Heath, CCLP – Celestica
Find out what a transportation control tower is and how top-performing organizations are using the data they collect to build supply chain maturity that increases visibility and decreases costs across the board.
- Leadership EQ
Presented by Fiorella Callocchia, President - HR Impact
Discover your emotional intelligence and leadership style, and how to improve it to motivate your team, build loyalty, and encourage creative thinking in this interactive workshop.
- Making Sense of Big Data
Presented by Martin Mysyk, Senior Enterprise Architect - Microsoft
Go beyond the buzz and find out how properly analyzing your data can help you develop the best-in-class supply chain performance to make your company more profitable.
- Pipeline Logistics
Presented by David Bryson, Vice President, Customer Service - Liquids Pipelines, Calgary
Get insight into the operational challenges of crude pipelines, the transportation mode at the heart of the Canadian energy industry’s financial growth, and what your business can learn from it.
- Inspiring Your Workplace
Presented by Michael Kerr, President - Humor at Work
Learn how to make a REAL difference to your workplace’s culture by creating an inspiring workplace for healthier, more engaged and more productive employees