Date(s) - 08/07/2020
EVENT #2: JULY 8TH, 2020: INCREASING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF REGIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS
This session highlighted that competitiveness is a multi-faceted topic and that perspectives on competitiveness in the supply chain depend on the organizational context. Private firms must constantly assess their ability to compete in a dynamic environment while governments and other stakeholder organizations must work to break down silos and create the right environment for the region to thrive.
- Forum Introductory Remarks
- Total Logistic Cost in Canada (David Jacques, Transport Canada)
- Building a Data-Driven Economic Strategy for the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor (Marcy Burchfield, Toronto Region Board of Trade)
- Supply chain trends and the potential impacts on shippers and carriers (David Short, Challenger Inc.)