Past National Outlook Conferences
Two Day – 2020 Virtual Fall Transport Outlook Conference - 9-10 November 2020
Our Two Day – 2020 Virtual Fall Transport Outlook Conference and AGM happened on 9-10 November 2020 via webinar beginning at 11 AM.
The conference focused on how the transport and logistics industry is coping with COVID and the unknown as business recovers from shutdown to growing supply chain activity.
Our webinar video recording is now available for Day 1 [Click Here].
Our webinar video recording is now available for Day 2 [Click Here]
2019 Annual Fall Outlook Conference and Annual Dinner - November 4, 2019
“Disruption and Change in Transportation and Logistics: Managing the Challenges Ahead”
The day started at 11:30 am at the Ottawa Sheraton with lunch and networking followed by a workshop of speakers focused on the relevant topics facing us today. We had a great line up of speakers and moderators on our “Impact of Climate Change on Transportation and Supply Chains: Managing Risks” and “New Technologies and Innovation in Transport Logistics” panels.
CILTNA appreciates generous sponsorship support from the GTAA, Port of Montreal and the Railway Association of Canada.
See also YouTube video from Eugene’s presentation: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=LVtUufbF4j4
*Eugene Hoeven is also launching the Aviation Innovation Podcast which will go live next week Tuesday, 12 November. It will include interviews with Zipline, Volocopter and Unifly. It will be accessible from his website at www.ehaconsulting.org.*
2019 Annual Spring Outlook Conference - May 6, 2019
“Capacity Challenges and Solutions Facing Canada’s Ports, Airports, Railways and Their Supply Chains”
The day started at 7:15 am at the Rideau Club with breakfast and networking followed by a workshop of speakers focused on the relevant topics facing us today. We had a great line up of speakers and moderators on our Air, Marine and Rail panels.
CILTNA appreciates generous sponsorship support from the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation, GTAA, Port of Montreal, Hamilton Port Authority and the Railway Association of Canada.
See also YouTube video from Chris Ng’s presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYjwa-kLduQ
2018 CILTNA Fall Outlook Conference & Annual Dinner - November 15, 2018
“Transportation: Challenges Moving Forward”.
The day started at 11:30 am with lunch and networking followed by a workshop of speakers focused on the relevant topics facing us today. The Annual General Meeting was held at 5:00 pm and was followed by a reception and dinner at 6:45 pm with guest speaker, Jean-Jacques Ruest, President & CEO, CN.
CILTNA appreciates generous sponsorship support from CN, GTAA, the Hamilton Port Authority, the Railway Association of Canada and the Seaway Corporation of Canada.
2017 CILTNA Transportation Workshop & Annual Dinner - November 2017
“Bracing for the future: Ready for Change in the Transportation Sector”!
The day started at 12 pm with lunch and networking followed by a workshop of speakers focused on the relevant topics facing us today. At 4:30 pm we had our Annual General Meeting and a reception followed by dinner at 6:45 pm with guest speaker, Michael Keenan, Deputy Minister, Transport Canada.
CILTNA appreciates generous sponsorship support from CN, GTAA and CP.
2017 CILTNA Transport Outlook Conference - June 6-7
Two Day Event: Tackling Disruptive Change
CILTNA hosted a special two-day event on how to profit from the rapid pace of change facing transportation and logistics professionals today.
Day One: come and discuss with experts the challenges and opportunities arising from disruptive change in the world economy:
o With big policy changes recommended by David Emerson, big infrastructure investments promised by government, and a new roadmap from the Minister of Transport – where do we go from here?
o Taking stock of a post-U przeczytaj recenzję.S. election world, what needs to be discussed and who needs to be involved to begin working toward an integrated, long term and modernized sector?
o Recognizing the realities of a trading nation, what needs to happen to position the sector for the next fifteen years’ growth?
Day Two: the 2017 CILTNA Transport Outlook Conference will tackle “disruptive change: positioning the sector to grow and prosper”
CILTNA appreciates generous sponsorship support from Port of Montreal, CN and GTAA.
Session Sponsors were; HKTDC, HKETO, Fernandes Hearn LLP, Eagle Underwriting and McLean Hallmark
2016 TRANSPORT WORKSHOP & ANNUAL DINNER - NOVEMBER 2016
November 14, 2016 – Sheraton, Ottawa
Bob Peters – Senior Development Officer, Cornwall Economic Development
“Servicing Eastern Canada – The Emergence of Cornwall Ontario as a Major Hub of Supply Chain Activity” – DOWNLOAD PDF
Liz Drake – CPCS
“Logistics Hubs: What Makes them Succeed or Fail?” – DOWNLOAD PDF
Michael Favreau – Canadian Pacific Railway
“Inland Terminals: A Railway Perspective” – DOWNLOAD PDF
Craig Bradbrook – GTAA
“Current and Future Innovation in Transportation: Airports As Links in Supply Chains” – DOWNLOAD PDF
CILT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2016 - MONTREAL
Presentations from International Convention 2016
The following speaker presentations are now available on the website at http://www.ciltinternational.org/news-events/
Exploring the Belt & Road Initiative – Nick Choi and Ralph Chow – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/exploring-belt-road-initiative/
Managing Risk in the Global Supply Chain – Dave Zamsky – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/managing-risk-global-supply-chain/
Building for the Future – Jean Jacques Ruest – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/building-for-the-future/
Goodwill Address Rt Hon Chibuike Amaechi – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/minister-invites-north-america-link-nigeria/
Impact of the Panama Canal Expansion Discussion panel – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/impact-panama-canal-expansion-north-america/
Impacts of NAFTA and TPP Trade Agreements for Air, Sea and Land Discussion panel – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/impacts-nafta-tpp-trade-agreements-air-sea-land/
Technology & Innovation in Logistics and Transport Discussion panel – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/technology-innovation-north-america-outlook-conference/
Taking our Place at the Table – Fiona Murray – http://www.ciltinternational.org/analysis-events/taking-place-table/
The following internal presentations are available on slideshare:
President’s Welcome Speech – https://www.slideshare.net/secret/17L09t5aTkIhkV (password ciltconvention16)
Professional Development and Training Session – https://www.slideshare.net/secret/4m9JX4cLix5Sp6(password ciltconvention16)
International Session: Stronger Together – https://www.slideshare.net/secret/uZokcIOVPYO4qY (password ciltconvention16)
International Session: Shaping our Future – https://www.slideshare.net/secret/ImAeKPpBxINEGz (password ciltconvention16)
WiLAT Annual Report – http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/wilat-annual-report-62050107
Invitation to 3rd China Conference – http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/invitation-to-3rd-china-conference
WiLAT International Conference report – http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/wilat-annual-international-conference
WiLAT: Greater Diversity through Mentorship – http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/greater-diversity-through-mentorship
WilAT Report to International Conference – http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/wilat-conference-report-to-cilt-international-convention-2016
YP Report to International Convention – http://www.slideshare.net/ciltinternational/yp-conference-report-to-international-convention-2016
2015 TRANSPORT WORKSHOP & ANNUAL DINNER - NOVEMBER 16, 2015
SHIFTING TIMES: HOW THE AIR SECTOR IS CHANGING AND IMPLICATIONS OF TRADE AGREEMENTS FOR CANADA’S MULTIPLE TRANSPORT SECTORS
DOWNLOAD EVENT PRESENTATIONS:
2014 TRANSPORT WORKSHOP & ANNUAL DINNER - NOVEMBER 24, 2014
With dinner speaker, The Honourable Perrin Beatty, President and CEO Canadian Chamber of Commerce, on the topic of “The Canada-EU Trade Agreement; What does it mean to the Transportation Industry and Canadian Exporters and Importers”
MICHAEL BOURQUE – PRESIDENT & CEO, RAILWAY ASSOCIATION OF CANADA
“Canada’s Rail Safety Agenda – Pulling for Canada” – DOWNLOAD
ROGER LARSON, P.Ag., FCILT, PSfocus
“Transportations Place: Supporting Canada’s Trade Agenda” – DOWNLOAD