Facilitator: Larry Mitchell, CCLP, MBA, Director Government Services & Corporate Accounts, United Van Lines (Canada) Ltd.
Air Date: August 17, 2017
Price: $75 + applicable taxes.
CCLPs & CITT students: FREE
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CMUs: Certified CITT members earn 5 CMUs for their first viewing of this webinar (live or recorded).
An effective contract is one that supports a win/win for all parties involved, rather than existing to benefit one party over the other. Contracts are a challenge, but also an opportunity to create fair and mutually beneficial agreements, with both protections and incentives. This webinar, which will be relevant to both service providers and purchasers of services, will identify best practices for the construction and acceptance of agreements, and will discuss several key clauses and their development.
Clauses this webinar will cover include:
Negotiation of clauses can often be overlooked by both the supplier and the purchaser, so attendance to this webinar is recommended to anyone who is or may be involved in transportation negotiations on any level.
Facilitator: Larry Mitchel, CCLP, MBA, Director Government Services & Corporate Accounts, United Van Lines (Canada) Ltd.
Larry Mitchell has recently rejoined United Van Lines as its Director of Government Services and Corporate Accounts. In his current responsibility Larry is responsible for the oversight of the Van Line accounts including the industry’s largest customer the Canadian Federal Government. Prior to this Larry was the Canadian Manager of Centralized Transportation team for Axiall for five years. In this role, Larry procured over $100 M annually in road and rail transportation services on behalf of Axiall’s 40 + locations in North America. Larry began his career in logistics originally working for United Van Lines for fifteen years in various administrative and operational positions. Larry has been a facilitator of the CITT academic program since 2005 and has facilitated both in-class at Sheridan College in Ontario and through the CITT’s online platform. Larry obtained his CCLP designation in 2001 and most recently his MBA in 2014.