Date(s) - 29 June 2023
12:00 pm EDT - 1:00 pm EDT

Join us on June 29, 2023 at 9 AM PT/ 12 PM ET/ 5 PM GMT for a CILTNA Webinar: “North Pacific Green Corridor: Teck as a Catalyst”

As supply chains transform around the world in response to everything from the global push towards decarbonization to energy security and resilience, the need for innovative initiatives to help facilitate this transformation is more important than ever.  There are particular opportunities to be seized in key trading gateways, such as the one connecting Canada and the Indo-Pacific.  Please join us to hear more from Teck Resources regarding its North Pacific Green Corridor, which is generating significant interest from both industry and government alike.

About the presenter:

Ian Anderson, Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer, Teck

Ian Anderson was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer in 2023. His responsibilities include overall marketing and logistics strategy, policies, objectives, programs and plans for Teck’s base metals and coal products.

Ian brings to the role more than 20 years of experience with Teck across numerous HR, logistics and operational functions, including General Manager for both Line Creek and Fording River operations and General Manager, Coal Logistics. Before being appointed to his current role, he was Vice President, Logistics, with responsibility for coordinating Teck’s overall logistics strategy and implementing a cost-efficient supply chain.

Ian holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.


About the moderator:

Philip Cartwright,  Chair of CILTNA’s Ottawa Chapter and is the Senior Vice President of Global Public Affairs

Philip is also a Founding Board Member of the Canadian Advocacy Network.

He previously served as President of the Government Relations Institute of Canada (2017-2019), the national organization representing government relations professionals, and on the boards of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum and the Canadian Club of Ottawa. Philip has also been actively involved as a volunteer with the National Arts Centre.

He holds a Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management (Hons.) degree from Carleton University’s Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs and an Executive MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.


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