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Logistics Conference 2013

Retail Industry Leaders Association

Canada’s Gateways are participating at this year’s RILA Logistics Conference, taking place from February 17-20, 2013 in Orlando, Florida at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center. Come visit us and our partners at booth #304-310. We also encourage you to contact our partners directly to arrange your meetings in advance.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Canadian National Railway

Canadian National Railwaywww.cn.ca
Canada's largest freight railroad which provides seamless transportation and intermodal service throughout North America.

Contact: Tony Bianco (tony.bianco@cn.ca)
 

Canadian Pacific Railway

Canadian Pacific Railwaywww.cpr.ca
Incorporating best-in-class technology and environmental practices, CP operates a North American transcontinental railway providing freight transportation services, logistics solutions and supply chain expertise.

Contact: Mathieu Faure (Mathieu_faure@cpr.ca)
 

Port Metro Vancouver

Port Metro Vancouver www.portmetrovancouver.com
The third largest container port on the West Coast, with capacity, 17 weekly services, a network of transload facilities, and access to two transcontinental railways.

Contact: Alix Li (Alix.Li@portmetrovancouver.com)
 

Port of Prince Rupert

Port of Prince Rupertwww.rupertport.com
Strategically located directly on the Great Circle Route and serving as the North American entry point of the north-west transportation corridor.

Contact: Jason Thorne (jthorne@rupertport.com)
 

Port of Montreal

Port of Montrealwww.port-montreal.com
An intermodal hub offering excellent transit times between northern Europe and Mediterranean ports to central Canada and the U.S. Midwest, and enabling transhipment opportunities with Caribbean ports.

Contact: Donald Finnerty (finnertyd@port-montreal.com)
 

Port of Halifax

Port of Halifaxwww.HalifaxGetsItThere.com
Ideally positioned as the first westbound North American container port for importers from South East Asia and the Indian subcontinent via the Suez Canal.

Contact: Rob McInnes (rmcinnes@portofhalifax.ca)


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