Past Event

Moving People and Goods Across the Border Seamlessly: The Challenges Presented and the Opportunities Available
When: Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - 17:30 - Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - 20:30

On Wednesday, June 10, 2015, AmCham’s Toronto-GTA and Peel-Halton-Niagara Chapters will hold a stimulating program entitled Moving People and Goods Across the Border Seamlessly: The Challenges Presented and the Opportunities Available. The program will feature speakers providing their expert insights on:

  • immigration issues; 
  • the process of relocating employees to, and hiring employees in, another country, 
  • the role of site selection in formulating cross-border transportation plans, and 
  • some strategies for addressing cross-border logistics and supply chain management.the 
  • U.S. government initiatives to facilitate trade and investment in the country. 

If you operate a manufacturing or distribution business or if you want to know about how to optimally position your personnel, products or resources throughout North America, this program is not to be missed.

The event’s speakers include:

  • Bill Kitay, Senior Counsel at the Pallett Valo, one of Ontario’s top regional law firms
  • Shakir Farsakh, U.S. Consulate General Toronto, U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Marc Beauchamp, Vice President and Partner of the CAI Global Group Inc., a site selection consultancy for multinational, national, and domestic companies
  • Tim Garside, President and Managing Director of Intercontinental Van Lines, Inc., a company specializing in transportation and moving services
  • Michael Carroll, Founder and President of Canusa Logistics, Inc., a Canadian customs broker and logistics provider
  • Tom Case, President of the Camelot Company, a leading worldwide customs brokerage
  • Mohamad Azimi, Executive at ICECORP

AmCham Members & Non-members: $10.00 (plus HST)

For questions regarding the event, please contact Carmina Jimenez at carmina@gathersome-events.com or (647) 461-8068.

Sponsors include:

 

 

Hosted By
AmCham Peel-Halton-Niagara