Speakers 2018

    • Andrew Fuller, Assistant Vice President, Domestic Intermodal, CN Rail

      Andrew Fuller, Assistant Vice President, Domestic Intermodal, CN Rail 

      Andrew Fuller is Assistant Vice President, Domestic overseeing the Sales and Marketing activities for CN’s Domestic Intermodal segment with operations across Canada, United States and Mexico generating over $1.1B in annual revenue. Over his 25 years in the Rail industry Andrew has developed a passion for coaching a strong team of professionals and working with clients from a diverse group of industries including retail, trucking, food and beverage and forest products. Success is driven by working with new clients to offer innovative ways to improve supply chains, reduce cost and grow our sha

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    • Barry Somerville, Safety Project Manager, FedEx Ground

      Barry Somerville, Safety Project Manager, FedEx Ground 

      Barry Somerville is a Safety Project Manager at FedEx Ground. Over the last two years, Barry has been responsible for efforts to modernize Department of Transportation systems at FedEx Ground. This includes hours of service, electronic driver vehicle inspection and IFTA fuel tax reporting. Prior to joining FedEx Ground Safety, Barry spent three years working in FedEx Services Internal Audit leading corporate governance and safety compliance reviews. This experience ignited his passion for simplifying safety processes and enhancing compliance. In his free time, Barry enjoys spendin

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    • Bob Johnson, President, Aptitude4 Inc.

      Bob Johnson, President, Aptitude4 Inc. 

      Bob Johnson is President of Aptitude4 Inc. He has been involved in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain for nearly 50 years and has worked in all modes of transportation. He has senior management experience in large shipper, carrier and consulting organizations. Mr. Johnson worked in Senior Management positions in Product Development, Transportation Economics, Marketing and Sales and Operations. He has a Master of Science degree from the University of Windsor, and also an Undergraduate BSC degree from the University of Windsor.

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    • Brian Hodgson, VP, Transportation Strategy, Descartes Systems

      Brian Hodgson, VP, Transportation Strategy, Descartes Systems 

      Brian has over 20 years of sales and business development experience. He has worked with hundreds of companies to apply enterprise software and process improvements to drive value and cost savings in their supply chain and logistics functions. In 2012, Brian joined Oz Development, now part of Descartes, and has since rejoined the team to increase customer value, expand our product offerings and drive growth. Brian has held executive positions in sales and marketing with Kewill, SupplyWorks, Eleven Technology and Computer Network Technology. He received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Eng

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    • Brian Taylor, President, Liberty Linehaul

      Brian Taylor, President, Liberty Linehaul 

      Brian began his trucking career as a driver, driving locally at first and then cross-border for various companies. After six years, he purchased his own truck and became an owner-operator. He began Liberty Linehaul in 1988 as a minor partner and became the sole owner in 1997. He has served on the Board of the Ontario Trucking Association and Canadian Trucking Alliance. He and his wife Lorna have four children and nine grandchildren.

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    • Charles Daharry, CCLP, Transportation Manager, Lowe's Canada

      Charles Daharry, CCLP, Transportation Manager, Lowe’s Canada 

      In his role as Transportation Manager for Lowe's Canada, Charles Daharry is responsible for all transportation-related aspects of the Canadian supply chain, logistics and distribution. Prior to joining Lowe’s Canada, Charles enjoyed most of his career on the carrier side of both asset and non-asset transportation at companies including Milgram & Company / CH Robinson, Challenger Motor Freight. With more than 20 exciting years of experience, Charles has developed critical know-how, particularly in supply chain efficiency, and has become a go-to resource for logistics, traffic and pricing

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    • Charles Fallon, LIDD Supply Chain Intelligence

      Charles Fallon, LIDD Supply Chain Intelligence 

      Charles Fallon has been working as a supply chain consultant since 1998. Charles helps clients make capital investment decisions in supply chain infrastructure and improve the cost effectiveness of existing supply chains. He has worked with retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers across a broad spectrum of industries from food, pharma and apparel to spare parts and building materials. He has extensive experience in supply chain strategy, technology and facility design. Charles holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mining Engineering from McGill University in Montreal.

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    • Dave Brajkovich, Chief Technology Officer, Polaris Transportation Group

      Dave Brajkovich, Chief Technology Officer, Polaris Transportation Group 

      As Chief Technology Officer, Dave will have key accountabilities for leading and maintaining a robust technical ecosystem for the Polaris Transportation Group. One of the first steps will be to enhance Polaris’s current technical foundation and align with a newly formed road map for scalable growth. The ultimate objective is to provide Polaris the foundation to be a uniquely different provider of freight services with enhanced digital product capabilities in the future. Emphasis will be placed on bleeding edge technologies such as Robotic Process Automation, AI, and Blockchain. Mr. Cox exp

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    • David Ross, Research Managing Director, Global Transportation & Logistics, Stifel Financial Corp.

      David Ross, Research Managing Director, Global Transportation & Logistics, Stifel Financial Corp. 

      Based in Miami, FL, Dave Ross is Managing Director and Group Head of the firm’s Global Transportation & Logistics Research practice with a focus on the Truckload, Parcel, Air Cargo/Truck Leasing, LTL, and Intermodal sectors. His past awards include ranking #1 in stock picking multiple times in the Wall Street Journal's Best on the Street Analysts Survey and in Financial Times/StarMine America’s Top Analysts report. Mr. Ross joined Stifel in 2005. Before joining the firm, he was an analyst with Legg Mason Capital Markets, worked briefly in the industry at RailWorks Corp., and began hi

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    • Devlin Fenton, CEO, Go99

      Devlin Fenton, CEO, Go99 

      About Devlin Fenton: The CEO of Go99 has had two decades of entrepreneurial experience in a variety of industries; from heavy equipment and industrial moving to heavy civil construction, from healthcare to information technology. Now happily resident in Vancouver Canada, he leads an exceptional team of technologists and business operators with the singular intent of building a Platform that Empowers Professional Truck Drivers and at the same time raises the quality of service and experience that Shippers demand in the gig-economy. Mr. Fenton’s first significant role in heavy civil construct

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    • Doug Sutherland, Vice President, Sutco Transportation Specialists

      Doug Sutherland, Vice President, Sutco Transportation Specialists 

      Douglas Sutherland, B.Com, is the Vice President and General Manager of Sutco Transportation Specialists, a family owned transportation company proudly serving all of North America. With over 20 years of leadership experience in sports, entertainment and transportation, Doug left the film industry after a decade and joined the family trucking company in 2009. Excited to be with the family and back in Canada, he has focused on organizational structure within the growing company, innovation to reduce costs and support the environment, and fiscally responsible rates for future sustainability.

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    • Dr. Bill Anderson, Director, Cross Border Institute, University of Windsor

      Dr. Bill Anderson, Director, Cross Border Institute, University of Windsor 

      Dr. Bill Anderson received his doctorate in Geography from Boston University in 1984. From 1983 to 1998 he was a member of the Geography faculty, director of the Institute for Energy Studies and an associate member of the Department of Civil engineering at McMaster University. From 1998 to 2008 he was a professor in the Department of Geography and a lead researcher in the Center for Transportation Studies at Boston University. He arrived at the University of Windsor in July 1, 2008 as Ontario Research Chair in Cross-Border Transportation Policy and founding director of the Cross-Border Institu

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    • Eric Beckwitt, President, Freightera

      Eric Beckwitt, President, Freightera 

      Eric Beckwitt is the Founder and CEO of Freightera, the North American platform for automating and reducing emissions from freight transport. Mr. Beckwitt is a specialist in software development and business automation, developing global business systems and preparing reports to Congress and the President of the U.S. Mr. Beckwitt is an internationally recognized author and speaker on emissions reduction from freight transport, authoring “A Green Future for Freight” in the 2016 G7 Summit version of Climate Change: The New Economy, speaking at COP22, the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakes

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    • Graham Sherman Co-Owner, Tool Shed Brewing Company

      Graham Sherman Co-Owner, Tool Shed Brewing Company 

      Graham Sherman is a self-professed “high level geek” who has used his love of technology to help him master the craft of brewing artisan beer. Together with his partner, Graham launched the Tool Shed Brewery four years ago, and has never looked back. Speaking on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, Graham’s passion comes through in every talk. Prior to starting Tool Shed, Graham and his Tool Shed partner worked on contracts for the Canadian and US governments and military forces, installing encrypted, tactical communication networks. By day, they rolled around Afghanistan in armou

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    • Iliana Oris Valiente, Certified Bitcoin Professional, Accenture

      Iliana Oris Valiente, Certified Bitcoin Professional, Accenture 

      Iliana Oris Valiente, CPA, CA, CBP (Certified Bitcoin Professional) is widely credited for being a trailblazer in the blockchain space, having been among the first to recognize the tremendous impact of this traditionally "hacker" technology on the enterprise world. Her focus has been on exponential technology, entrepreneurship and bridging the gap between the corporate world and the start-up communities. In her current role as a Managing Director and Global Blockchain Innovation Lead at Accenture, Iliana is responsible for strategy initiatives and overseeing projects to conceptualize and build

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    • Jack Bradley, Vice President, Supply Chain, Strongco Corporation

      Jack Bradley, Vice President, Supply Chain, Strongco Corporation 

      Jack Bradley, B.A, CCLP, P.MM is the Vice President, Supply Chain for Strongco Corporation. Strongco is a major multiline mobile equipment dealer with 27 branch operations across Canada. As a member of the Strongco Corporation leadership team Jack’s goals are to develop an organized, strategic approach to purchasing, logistics, inventory and fleet management through better processes, accountability and disciplines. Previously Jack worked in senior logistics and supply chain management positions with a number of large Canadian corporations in the manufacturing, infrastructure and cons

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    • James Menzies, Executive Editor, Truck News magazine

      James Menzies, Executive Editor, Truck News magazine 

      James Menzies is the editor of Truck News magazine. He has been covering the Canadian trucking industry for more than 16 years and holds a commercial driver’s licence.

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    • Jim Bonsteel, Vice President of Transportation, Customs and Compliance – Global, Anixter

      Jim Bonsteel, Vice President of Transportation, Customs and Compliance – Global, Anixter 

      Jim has been in the transportation, customs and compliance industry for over 26 years. Previous to Anixter, Jim was in Transportation and Customs Sales for eight years. He held various levels of sales management including National Account Manager of Transportation Services. Jim was able to learn the Transportation Carrier side in-depth while also calling on/working directly with many manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors. This experience has allowed him to bring the best transportation, customs and compliance program in the industry to Anixter. Jim is a motivated positive leader tha

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    • Jim Peeples, President, Challenger Group of Companies

      Jim Peeples, President, Challenger Group of Companies 

      Jim Peeples is the President and Chief Operating Officer of Challenger Motor Freight of Cambridge Ontario. Challenger is a leading transportation / logistics company and has won numerous industry awards including ‘2016 Best Fleets to Drive For.’ Prior to joining Challenger Jim was Vice President and Corporate Officer, Logistics, Engineering & Business Excellence, Purolator Inc. and earlier in his career worked for Michelin Canada. Jim has demonstrated strong Core Board Competencies through Leading and Managing Change and Strategic Vision and Thinking in transforming Challenger. Challenger has

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    • John G. Smith, Editor, Today’s Trucking

      John G. Smith, Editor, Today’s Trucking 

      John G. Smith is the editor of Today’s Trucking — the business magazine of Canada’s trucking industry. The award-winning writer has reported on trucking for more than two decades, including a tenure as editor of Truck News and Truck West from 1995 to 2001. In 13 years as an independent communications consultant, he also supported a wide array of industry associations and initiatives, and was a contributing editor to trucking publications across North America.

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    • John Tenpenny, Editor, Canadian Shipper

      John Tenpenny, Editor, Canadian Shipper 

      John Tenpenny is the Editor of Canadian Shipper, published since 1898 and written for buyers of transportation services.  An award-winning writer and editor, John has more than 15-years of business journalism experience.  An experienced communicator, John also instructs at George Brown College's Editing Certificate program, where he teaches students the practical skills required to effectively manage the editorial process in both print and digital media.

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    • Kerry Rambalie, Senior Manager, Gap Inc.

      Kerry Rambalie, Senior Manager, Gap Inc. 

      Kerry Rambalie is a Senior Manager at Gap Inc., where he owns overall service and budget responsibility for Canada Domestic Transportation, which includes Port Transload Operations, and Outbound Retail Store Delivery Operations, including managing the Campus Transportation Team. During his almost four years at Gap, Kerry has led three major 3PL market startups across Canada. In his over 20 years in the industry, Kerry has held leadership positions at Home Depot Supply, FedEx Ground and Exide Technologies, where he managed a $20 million budget and led major cost savings initiatives in Logis

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    • Leanne Quail, Operations Manager, Paul Quail Transport

      Leanne Quail, Operations Manager, Paul Quail Transport 

      Leanne Quail is the Operations Manager for Paul Quail Transport and has been in the trucking industry for over 18 years.  As an AZ license holder for over 10 years she understands industry issues including qualified driver shortages, barriers to entry, and quality of entry level drivers.  Her unique perspective on these issues help her to see the challenges within the industry and constantly test new strategies to address those challenges.

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    • Lou Smyrlis, Managing Director, Trucking and Supply Chain Group, Newcom Media Inc.

      Lou Smyrlis, Managing Director, Trucking and Supply Chain Group, Newcom Media Inc. 

      Lou Smyrlis is the Editorial Director of the Trucking Group properties with Newcom Business Media Inc. These properties include Canadian Transportation & Logistics, Truck News, Truck West as well as several online newsfeeds, directories, newsletters and the award winning Web TV show, Transportation Matters. Combined, these properties have a circulation of more than 150,000 providers and buyers of transportation services across Canada. Lou has been reporting on transportation issues for  over 20 years and is a winner of several writing awards. A frequent speaker on industry issues, he is

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    • Mark Hong, VP, North America, CH Robinson

      Mark Hong, VP, North America, CH Robinson 

      Mark Hong is the Vice President of Strategy and Analytics for C.H. Robinson’s largest division, North America Surface Transportation. Mark’s team brings together the core functions of finance, analytics, strategic planning, project management, R&D and technology prioritization to ensure the division has the tools and resources needed for successful planning, execution and innovation within our business. Mark joined C.H. Robinson in 2003 as director of Business Development responsible for merger and acquisition (M&A) activities. In addition to M&A, he spent much of his first year

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    • Mark Seymour, CEO, Kriska Transportation Group

      Mark Seymour, CEO, Kriska Transportation Group 

      Mark is the CEO of the Kriska Transportation Group (KTG), a growing group of both asset based and logistics companies with over 700 power units and 1000 employees. Starting as a driver he has held multiple positions that have helped to develop his keen understanding of transportation. Throughout his career Mark has been a strong advocate for the Canadian trucking industry. He has served as a Past Chairman of the Ontario Trucking Association, the Canadian Trucking Alliance and a board member of the Trucks for Change Network. Mark was awarded the esteemed OTA Service to Industry Award in 2015.

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    • Martin Abadi, Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

      Martin Abadi, Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP 

      Martin Abadi is Counsel in the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP where he provides legal advice on transport, international trade, insurance, and commercial disputes and transactions. Martin’s multimodal transport law practice includes litigation, regulatory compliance, risk management, and corporate commercial advice specific to transportation services contracts, transportation mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures. Martin routinely helps companies set up and develop business operations in the transport industry and assists with international transactions and trade and custo

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    • Martin Kelly, Executive Member, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

      Martin Kelly, Executive Member, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals 

      Martin started his career over 40 years ago where he managed the outbound freight from a new major start up cardboard recycling plant. From there he moved to Coles (now Chapters) Books as a supervisor in training where within two years he was managing the entire logistics operation. 7 years later he moved to Sharp Electronics and took charge of their national logistics group for 11 years. A major groundbreaking Canadian third-party logistics (3PL) company, Wheels International, was where the next 18 years were spent, where he held a number of key roles including leading the companies rapidly

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    • Martin Pede, Manager Zinc Sales and Logistics, Hudson Bay Mining

      Martin Pede, Manager Zinc Sales and Logistics, Hudson Bay Mining 

      Martin is a career mining executive having worked 32 years in the business for Noranda Inc., Falconbridge Ltd., Xstrata plc., Glencore plc and Hudbay Minerals Inc. Presently leading commercial and logistics functions at HudBay Minerals in the finished metals supply chains of the company’s Canadian mining and smelting/refining operations as Manager, Marketing and Logistics. Current freight and logistics modes under management include large volumes of shipments by (gondola and boxcars), trucks (vans & flatbeds), containers and commensurate use of refined metal storage warehouses for distribution

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    • Michael English, Managing Director, Accenture

      Michael English, Managing Director, Accenture 

      Michael English is a Consulting Leader focused on the design and implementation of strategies that drive operating margin improvements across Transportation and Retail industries. Over the last 13 years, Michael has advised Global organizations across a range of corporate strategy, operations, enterprise cost reduction, and customer experience opportunities. Michael also leads Accenture Canada’s innovation program for urban transit and rail transportation clients. Show less Show less of Michael’s summary

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    • Michael Leblanc, Founder & Principal, M. E. LeBlanc & Company

      Michael Leblanc, Founder & Principal, M. E. LeBlanc & Company 

      Michael has 20+ years of brand/retail/marketing leadership experience and is considered by many as a pioneer in the Canadian omni-channel and e-Commerce retail space. As an award-winning insight driven strategic marketer with a passion for holistic retail brand/customer experience, Michael has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career with brands such as Black & Decker, Levi Strauss & Co, Hudson’s Bay, CanWest Media, The Shopping Channel and Herbal Magic. After spending almost three years advocating and lobbying for the Canadian retail industry at Retail Council o

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    • Paul Ferley, Assistant Chief Economist, Royal Bank of Canada

      Paul Ferley, Assistant Chief Economist, Royal Bank of Canada 

      As Assistant Chief Economist, Paul is responsible for the analysis and forecasting of macroeconomic and financial market developments in Canada, the United States and key overseas economies and is a regular contributor to a number of RBC publications. A graduate of Queen’s University and the University of Manitoba, Paul joined the Economics Department of RBC in 2007 after working for twenty years at another major financial institution where he was responsible for generating the macroeconomic outlook for the United States, Canada and Canadian regional economies. Paul started his professional

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    • Paul Roach, President & CEO, Belmont Meats

      Paul Roach, President & CEO, Belmont Meats 

      Paul joined Belmont Meats as President and CEO in January 2015. With more than 29 years in the food and consumer products industry, Paul has established a solid reputation as a proven business builder with extensive experience across a number of key sectors of the food industry including meat, dairy, soup, bakery and natural foods. Prior to joining Belmont, Paul was President of Baxters Canada from 2008 to 2014.

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    • Ramsey Mansour, Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Marketing, Purolator

      Ramsey Mansour, Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Marketing, Purolator 

      Ramsey Mansour spearheads the development of Purolator’s long-term strategic plan and leads the company’s marketing and revenue teams. Ultimately, he is responsible for ensuring the company has the capabilities, services and experiences that best meet the evolving needs of its customers. Before joining Purolator in 2011, Ramsey spent over 20 years in the transportation and logistics industry, leading various initiatives and teams in marketing, sales, strategy, mergers and acquisitions, and technology. His assignments were within North America, Europe and Asia. A native of Canada, Mr. Mansour

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    • Ray Haight, Co-Founder & Partner, StakUp Inc.

      Ray Haight, Co-Founder & Partner, StakUp Inc. 

      Ray is the Co-Founder of StakUp Inc., an Online Performance Benchmarking service for the North American Trucking Industry. With a career spanning four decades, Ray has been involved in all facets of the North American Trucking Industry. Beginning in 1974 as an Owner Operator, Ray amassed 1 Million accident free miles before starting his own Trucking Company - Southwestern Express. From 1984 until 2000, Southwestern Express grew to 50 trucks, primarily focused on refrigerated freight. In 2000, Southwestern Express merged with MacKinnon Transport, at which time Ray became President and COO. Duri

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    • Robert H. Ballantyne, P.Eng., President, Freight Management Association of Canada (FMA)

      Robert H. Ballantyne, P.Eng., President, Freight Management Association of Canada (FMA) 

      Bob has a B.A.Sc. (Bachelor of Applied Science) degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto. During his 40-year career with Canadian Pacific Limited, Bob worked in the engineering, signal, operating and marketing departments of Canadian Pacific Railway. In 1976, he moved to Canadian Pacific Consulting Services as Vice-President, where he had responsibility for marketing and supervision of railway and other transportation projects in various parts of the world. In 1988, Bob was assigned by Canadian Pacific to The Railway Association of Canada as President, where he served u

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    • Robert James Armstrong, CITP, CMILT, President, Armstrong Trade and Logistics Advisory Services Inc. (ATLAS)

      Robert James Armstrong, CITP, CMILT, President, Armstrong Trade and Logistics Advisory Services Inc. (ATLAS) 

      Bob Armstrong, CITP, PLog, CMILT, is President of Armstrong Trade and Logistics Advisory Services Inc. (ATLAS). Bob has over 40 years of experience in the fields of Global Supply Chain, International Trade, Cross Border Logistics and Customs Regulations and procedures. Bob also served as President of Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Canada (SCL) from November 2007 to July 2012. Bob Armstrong further served as President and CEO for the Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters Inc. for nine years and as President of the Association of International Automobile Manufacturer

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    • Russell Polack, Vice President, Sales - U.S. at Day & Ross Freight

      Russell Polack, Vice President, Sales – U.S. at Day & Ross Freight 

      Russell Polack is Vice President of Sales, US for Day & Ross Freight, one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies and a leading provider of comprehensive Less-than-Truckload (LTL), Truckload (TL) and Flatbed Services across North America. Over his 22 years in the transportation industry, Russell has developed a passion for inspiring and transforming sales professionals for breakthrough results. Russell’s commitment to the customer experience together with a collaborative approach to partnership have proven successful in cultivating long-term client relationships across a wide spectrum of in

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    • Scott Smith, CEO, JD Smith & Sons Limited

      Scott Smith, CEO, JD Smith & Sons Limited 

      Scott is the third generation President of J.D. Smith and Sons Ltd., a Toronto area, asset- based provider of third party integrated logistics solutions. In 2007 J.D. Smith and Sons was named the first recipient of the Supply Chain and Logistics Association’s “Green Supply Chain Award”, sponsored by Transport Canada, to recognize outstanding environmental leadership. Scott is currently Chairman of the Canadian Trucking Alliance, is a Past Chairman of both the Ontario Trucking Association and the Toronto Trucking Association, and is currently Chairman of the OTA’s Education Foundation. Sc

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    • Stephen Laskowski, President, Canadian Trucking Alliance & Ontario Trucking Association

      Stephen Laskowski, President, Canadian Trucking Alliance & Ontario Trucking Association 

      Steve joined OTA in 1994, and since 2000 he has also served the Canadian Trucking Alliance in various capacities. Steve is currently the President for CTA and President of OTA. He has been involved in various files including environmental and cross border matters, domestic and international taxation of trucking activities and intermodal relations. He also oversees CTA’s commercial products line. Steve was a participant in the prestigious US State Department Leadership Exchange Program in 2004. Steve holds a Master’s of Public Administration degree from the University of Western Ontario.

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    • Tracey Raimondo, CCLP,  Vice President, Sales and Logistics for Normandin Transit Inc.

      Tracey Raimondo, CCLP, Vice President, Sales and Logistics for Normandin Transit Inc. 

      Tracey has over 30 years of experience in the transportation industry. She started working for over the road carriers and a Freight Forwarder before joining her brother to create and manage a Third Party Logistics company for 17 years. In 2007, She and her brother sold their company to Normandin Transit Inc, a cross border LTL and FTL over the road carrier, where she joined as Vice President Sales and Logistics. She holds her CCLP designation as well as a certificate in Logistics from the Université du Québec à Montreal, and certificates from the CIFFA. From 2003-2007, she held different roles

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    • Valerie McSween, Vice President, Eastern Region, Mactrans Logistics Inc.

      Valerie McSween, Vice President, Eastern Region, Mactrans Logistics Inc. 

      Valerie McSween, MBA, CCLP is the Vice President, Eastern Region at Mactrans Logistics Inc. She is also the Vice Chair Finance for the CITT Board of Directors. Over the last 20 years, Valerie has worked with both asset-based and non asset-based transportation providers in various strategic business development functions. She holds her CCLP designation as well as an Executive MBA in Logistics. Passionate about her work, Valerie understands the power of collaboration and uses her network to create customized solutions to any logistics challenge for her clients.

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    • Valerie Normand, Director of Ecommerce Solutions Integration, Canada Post

      Valerie Normand, Director of Ecommerce Solutions Integration, Canada Post 

      Valerie is responsible for developing innovative new products and enhancing existing ones for Canada Post’s growing Parcels line of business to support the growing needs of both e-commerce merchants and shoppers. She is recognized for her expertise in the e-commerce ecosystem, including platforms, web services and what online shoppers want in their end-to-end experience. Valerie and her team have consulted with more than 1,000 Canadian and American e-commerce merchants on their individual e-commerce strategies, helping to integrate technology into their websites, enhance the customers’ sho

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