Canada Logistics Conference 2015

Canada's annual thought leadership conference
for all supply chain logistics professionals

Save the Date for Canada Logistics Conference 2015

Canada Logistics Conference 2015 will be held in Niagara Falls, Ontario from October 25-27, 2015. Join an audience of shippers, carriers and vendors from across sectors as you 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—is THE can’t-miss annual professional development event for supply chain logistics professionals.

Canada Logistics Conference 2015 Venue

Hilton Hotel & Suites Niagara Falls / Fallsview
Room Rate: $120 + taxes
Room block open until: October 11, 2015

Click here to make your reservation online now. For more information or to book by phone, click here.

Travel Discounts

To make Canada Logistics Conference 2015 as convenient and affordable as possible, CITT has arranged airfare discounts for travel to Toronto for conference delegates with both Air Canada and Porter Airlines. Click here to learn how you can save 15% on your roundtrip airfare to attend this event

The Premier Sponsor for
Canada Logistics Conference 2015 is:
C.H. Robinson

Recorded learning sessions from Canada Logistics Conference 2014 are available!

Even if you couldn't make it to Calgary for the live event October 22-24, 2014– it’s not too late to get in on the learning! You can still register for access to recordings of the full set of conference sessions, or just the individual sessions of most interest to you. With UNLIMITED access to recorded conference sessions until November 2015, you can watch the sessions from Canada Logistics Conference 2014 over and over, and share the learning with your team members and colleagues who couldn’t attend.

Click here to learn more or register for access to recorded learning sessions now.