Research & Policy

Ports & Airports
Governance & Structure

Ports

Seaway

Airports

Marine Corridors

Infrastructure

Reports, Studies, Articles and Industry Briefs

North America International
 

Transportation
Moving People & Goods

Airlines

Railways

Marine

Trucking

Buses

Infrastructure

Urban Transportation

Reports, Studies, Articles and Industry Briefs

North America International
 

Supply Chain & Logistics
Connectivity

Importance of Supply Chain Fluidity

Impact on Supply Chain

Trade Agreements

Existing Technology

Performance Measurement

Reports, Studies, Articles and Industry Briefs

North America International
 

Emerging Technologies
New Technologies

Autonomous Vehicles

Urban Planning

Infrastructure

Regulatory

Safety/Security

Legal

Reports, Studies, Articles and Industry Briefs

North America International
 

Skills & People
People Dimension

Workforce Development

Workforce Displacement

Labour Market Demand & Supply

Skills Development

Reports, Studies, Articles and Industry Briefs

North America International
 

The Supply Chain Career Awareness Collaborative

As you are no doubt aware, Canada’s supply chain is expecting to develop hundreds of new jobs over the next five years – 350,000 actually. The benefit of supply chain employment is that it is national, right across the country, there is a vast variety of jobs with as wide a range of training and entry requirements. But how to prepare to attract people to this area?

The Supply Chain Career Awareness Collaborative (SCCAC) has launched a national web portal designed to increase awareness of career pathways in the supply chain and position the supply chain as a profession of choice for the decade ahead. Developed by a collaborative of 15 organizations involved in supply chain, logistics, transportation, shipping and public procurement, the Careers in the Supply Chain website connects visitors to educational and training opportunities available to those interested in pursuing or advancing a career in supply chain or public procurement.

From operations to procurement to logistics, there are literally hundreds of career options within the supply chain and these rewarding and challenging roles exist in most fields and organizations. With strategic supply chain management continuing to be an important economic differentiator for most organizations, the need for trained professionals is becoming even greater.

“The skills of a supply chain professional are transferable across all sectors, industries and countries,” said SCCAC spokesperson Cori Ferguson. “As stakeholders we want to ensure those who are unemployed, under-employed, or looking to make a career transition understand the opportunities available to them and have access to the resources necessary to advance their supply chain career.”

Whether visitors wish to learn more about the industry or find opportunities for ongoing professional development, the Careers in the Supply Chain website is designed to assist people new to the industry and those already working in the supply chain. The 15 organizations that comprise the Supply Chain Career Awareness Collaborative are:

- APICS The Association for Operations Management–Canadian District

- CITT

- Calgary Logistics Council

- Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association

- Canadian Public Procurement Council

- Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council

- Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – North America

- Halifax Employers Association

- Healthcare Supply Chain Network

- International Warehouse Logistics Association – Canadian Council

- Purchasing Management Association of Canada

- The Shipping Federation of Canada

- Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada

- The Van Horne Institute

- Western Transportation Advisory Council (WESTAC)

VISIT CAREERSINSUPPLYCHAIN.CA WEBSITE

 

Welcome to the Atlantic Chapter

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Recent News

Two CILTNA Members Take Part in CILT International Conference 

June 12, 2013 – Ottawa, CANADA: David Hinks, Secretary, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport North America (CILTNA) represented the organization at the CILT International Conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka from June 2 – 6 2013. While there, Mr. Hinks had the chance to touch base with Mr. Hemantha Jayanetti, a member of both CILT Sri Lanka and CILTNA.

Mr. Jayanetti is the Chairman of the Ceyline Group of Companies in Sri Lanka but spends much of his time in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Ceyline Group has over 500 direct employees and also manages a ships’ crew pool of over 3000 seafarers. This pool provides ships’ crew management services to Vancouver-based Seaspan Ship Management Ltd.

In business for 27 years Ceyline and has operations in the marine, education, healthcare, leisure, travel and information technology sectors. Mr. Jayanetti holds an MBA and is a CMILT. Starting his career in 1974, he has worked in both the public and private sectors.  

While in Colombo, Mr. Jayanetti took Mr. Hinks on a tour of Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College, which is part of Ceyline Group.

“It is a most impressive operation with extensive facilities and very qualified staff which has to date graduated 15,000 students,” said Mr. Hinks. “We are very fortunate to have Hemantha in Canada with his wealth of experience in providing training and education,” he added.

Pictured: Hemantha Jayanetti (left) and David Hinks, Secretary of CILTNA (right) at the CILT International Conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

 

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Upcoming Chapter Events

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Board of Directors of CILTNA Atlantic Region, 2012-2013

Chairman: Everett Lavender ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

 

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Services and Membership

International recognition of designations: MILT, CMILT, FCILT
Periodic forums and Conferences on transportation issues
National and international network of transportation professionals
Monthly luncheon meetings
Transportation education
CSL gold medal for student achievement

 

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Becoming a Member of CILTNA

Membership in CILT is by designation including Student, Associate, Member, and Fellow on the basis of education, experience in transportation and/or contribution to the industry or CIT.

For more information on the CILTNA contact head office.

 

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Board of Directors

 

Executive Directors

     

 

Chairman
Tom Maville  (FCILT)
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President (non-voting)
Bob Armstrong (CMILT)
Armstrong Trade, President
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Treasurer
John Corey (MILT)
Canadian Transportation Agency
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Directors

 

 

Director
Magali Amiel  (MILT)
Cargo Montreal
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Director
Kristine Burr  (R-FCILT)
Transport Canada (Retired)
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Director
Elias Demangos (CMILT)
Fortigo Freight, President
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 Director
Joan Hardy (CMILT)
Richardson International
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Director
Bruce Burrows (CMILT)
Chamber of Marine Commerce, President
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Director
Hon. David Collenette, P.C., (FCILT) 
H+K Strategies, Senior Counsel
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Director
Stephen Campbell (CMILT)
Canadian Transportation Agency
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Director
Louis Ranger (R-MILT)
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Regional & Chapter Directors/Advisors*

Ottawa
David Church  (FCILT)
Consultant
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GTA Chapter
Tom Shenstone
Smiths Cove Consulting Inc.
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Toronto Transit Chapter
Steven Levene (CMILT)
Ministry of Transportation
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Atlantic
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Quebec
Gilles Legault (FCILT)
CN Rail, Senior Counsel
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Pacific
Marian Robson (FCILT)
True North
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Prairie
Paul Miller (CMILT)
University of Alberta, Adjunct Professor
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Welcome to the Quebec Chapter

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Upcoming Chapter Events

Visit CILTNA Events page to see a listing of all upcoming events.

Déjeuner Causerie du Chapitre du Québec de l’IALTAN

Que faut-il savoir et retenir de l’Accord de libre-échange Canada-Union européenne?
avec Me Simon Potter, McCarthy et M. Mathieu Charbonneau, CargoM

 

17 Octobre 2014 - De 12h00 à 13h 30

Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth , Montréal, Canada
Salle St-Francois (rez-de-chaussée)

 

Membres IALTAN $ 50.00  /  Non-Membres $ 75.00  /  Étudiants $ 35.00

Le prix inclut la TPS et la TVQ

 

Pré-inscription obligatoire

 

Pour vous inscrire:

 

Par carte de crédit via notre site Internet : www.ciltna.com  (PayPal)

 

Par courriel:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Par téléphone:  514-508-2609 poste 223

Sur place  - chèque ou comptant seulement

 

 


Outlook Conference 2014

L’Institut agréé de la logistique et du transport en Amérique du Nord (IALTAN) vous invite à vous inscrire à sa 13ième conférence annuelle sous le thème:

 

La nouvelle réalité de l'énergie en Amérique du Nord:

Défis et opportunités pour l'industrie du transport et de la logistique

 

La présidente de la FCCQ, Mme. Françoise Bertrand et M. John Parisella,  Directeur général, CampusMontéral, se joindront à titre de conférenciers invités à un groupe d’une quinzaine de spécialistes des secteurs de l’énergie et des transports lesquels discuteront des défis et des opportunités que cette nouvelle révolution de l’énergie pose à l’industrie du transport et de la logistique.   Il s’agit d’une excellente occasion de partager avec d’autres spécialistes leurs connaissances d’un domaine  définitivement d’actualité qui influencera pour les années à venir le commerce et l’économie du Québec, du Canada et des États-Unis.  

 

Vous trouverez ci-joint le programme de la conférence et le formulaire d’inscription (pour l’inscription en ligne cliquez sur ce lien http://www.ciltna.com/events-education#OUTLOOK ). 

 

N’oubliez pas de vous inscrire aussi au souper optionnel pré-conférence le 7 avril à l’édifice administratif du Port de Montréal, cocktail à compter de 17h30. M. Jean-Jacques Ruest, Vice-président exécutif et chef du marketing au CN y sera le conférencier invité.

 

L’institut agréé de transport et de logistique en Amérique du nord (IALTAN) est un organisme sans but lucratif dont la mission est de favoriser les échanges et l’enseignement en matière de transport et logistique.  Il est affilié au Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport du Royaume-Uni qui regroupe près de 33,000 membres dans plus de 100 pays.

 


 

Outlook Conference 2013

 

2013 Outlook Conference

2013 Outlook Conference Information & Presenter Biographies 

2013 Conference Presentations

 

PROGRAM (English)

PROGRAMME (French)

 

 


 

Board of Directors of CILTNA Quebec Region, 2013-2014

Chairman (elect): Gilles Legault 
Past Chairman: Don McKnight 
Vice Chairman: Pierre Cécile
Vice President Development & Networking: Magali Amiel, Ph.D
Treasury Secretary: Emile Langevin

 

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Services and Membership

International recognition of designations: MCILT, FCILT
Periodic forums and Conferences on transportation issues
National and international network of transportation professionals
Monthly luncheon meetings
Transportation education
CSL gold medal for student achievement

 

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Becoming a Member of CILTNA

Membership in CILT is by designation including Student, Associate, Member, and Fellow on the basis of education, experience in transportation and/or contribution to the industry or CILT.

For more information on the CILTNA contact head office.

 

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Regional Contact

Magali Amiel, Ph.D, MCILT
Telephone : (514) 508-2609  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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