Center for Logistics, Trade and Transportation to Host Industry Summit
   By: MageeNews/USM  

United States Congressman Steven Palazzo will serve as the guest speaker at an Industry Summit set for Friday, March 1 and hosted by the Center for Logistics, Trade and Transportation at The University of Southern Mississippi.
The summit, which is open to those involved in logistics, trade and transportation, will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Hardy Hall Auditorium on the Southern Miss campus in Long Beach, Miss.

“The summit is very important as we continue to build and shape the CLTT to support organizations and the Gulf Region opportunities and needs in logistics, trade and transportation,” said CLTT Director Dr. Tulio Sulbaran.

The summit will feature a report on the accomplishments and developments of the CLTT. Topics will include short lines and connectivity, realigning multimodal freight network and hazard models. The event is designed to engage CLTT stakeholders in a conversation to gather ideas about future logistics, trade and transportation activities to meet the needs and take advantage of opportunities of the Gulf Region.

The summit agenda includes a welcome by Southern Miss Gulf Coast Vice President Dr. Frances Lucas Southern Miss Vice Provost for Research Dr. Gordon Cannon and Southern Miss Executive Assistant to the President Chad Driskell.

For more information or to register for the summit, contact Sulbaran at of visit:

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