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2013 Port Metro Vancouver Logistics Interface: Looking to the Future Conference
Port Metro Vancouver has many opportunities and challenges on the horizon. On September 18, 2013 the CILTNA Pacific Chapter brought together industry, government, education and labour leaders from the container and bulk/break-bulk sectors to review several important themes with respect to port interface issues: How are we doing? Where are we going? How do we get there?
OPENING KEYNOTE: Peter Xotta, Vice President, Planning and Operations, Port Metro Vancouver
SESSION A – CONTAINERS PRESENTATIONS
Rail: Pierre Arsenault, General Manager, Intermodal, CN (Download)
Exporter/Importer Perspectives: Morley Strachan, President, Coast 2000 (Download)
Trucking/Terminal Operators: Gordon Payne, Chairman, Harbour Link Container Services Inc. (Download)
Shipping Line Perspective: Stephen Brown, President, Chmaber of Shipping of BC (Download)
SESSION B – BULK PRESENTATIONS
Liquid Bulk Perspective: Ian Anderson, President, Kinder Morgan (Download)
Labour Perspective: Mark Gordienko, President, ILWU Canada
Dry Bulk Perspective: Tony Nardi, Vice President, Logistics & Community, Neptune Bulk Terminals (Canada) Ltd.(Download)
The CILTNA Pacific Chapter wishes to acknowledge and thank the student volunteers from the University of British Columbia, Capilano University and the British Columbia Institute of Technology who prepared the conference proceedings, including collected recommendations and opportunities for future research.
Enthusiastic British Columbia Institute of Technology Students at Conference
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