NASSTRAC to Deliver Transportation & Logistics Insights

Feb. 19, 2009
NASSTRAC’s 2009 Annual Logistics Conference and Exhibition offers attendees fresh perceptions about radical shifts in market demand, capacity and legislation

NASSTRAC’s 2009 Annual Logistics Conference and Exhibition offers attendees fresh perceptions about radical shifts in market demand, capacity and legislation.

NASSTRAC’s (National Shippers Strategic Transportation Council) Conference promises the potential to “Increase productivity, streamline operations and lower costs by finding new ideas and gaining practical tips. Expand knowledge and industry connections through solid educational and networking sessions. To learn of new solutions at the Logistics Expo, featuring exhibitors in all 
modes and market segments.”

To be held at the Buena Vista Palace & Spa in Orlando, FL, from April 26-29, the list of sessions and presenters is formidable. Keynotes will be presented by Mark Finley, General Manager, Global Energy Markets & US Economics, BP, and Charles (Shorty) Whittington, Chairman, American Trucking Associations. Among other presenters are Chuck Clowdis, Managing Director–North American Markets, Global Insight (USA) Inc.; Douglas G. Duncan, President & Chief Executive Officer, FedEx Freight; Jack A. Holmes, President, UPS Freight; Wes Kemp, President and Chief Operating Officer, ABF Freight System, Inc.; C. Randall Mullett, Vice President, Government Relations and Public Affairs, Con-way Inc.; Michael J. Smid, President, YRC National Transportation; and Brian Taylor, President, Horizon Logistics, LLC.

The entire event is geared to serve the information needs of managers of freight transportation, executives involved in logistics and supply chain management, professionals at every level and account executives and sales representatives. Learn more at the association website.

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