2021 I-NUF

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2021 I-NUF



9th International Urban Freight Conference
October 6-8, 2021**

CITT State of the Trade and Transportation Industry Town Hall Meeting
October 5, 2021**

presented by the METRANS Transportation Consortium

October 6-8
9th International Urban Freight Conference

The International Urban Freight Conference (I-NUF) is the premier biennial conference that addresses all aspects of city logistics and goods movement in the world’s metropolitan areas. The conference brings together researchers and practitioners in urban freight, supply chains, and logistics from around the world. It is a showcase for cutting-edge research and dynamic information-sharing and provides a forum for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners to reimagine and guide the future of the industry.

October 5
2021 CITT State of the Trade and Transportation Industry Town Hall Meeting

The annual CITT Town Hall addresses a topic of key interest to the goods movement community in Southern California. The free-to-the-public forum allows industry, community, and governmental representatives to discuss common concerns and solutions. Past Town Halls have addressed the environment, port efficiency, and the impacts of COVID-19. The event incorporates educational videos, panel discussions and audience interaction; and it concludes with the annual presentation of the Domenick Miretti Award, which recognizes a leader who has contributed to a spirit of cooperation and collaboration among supply chain stakeholders. More details regarding the 2021 Town Hall will be posted soon.

For additional information, contact [email protected]


**We do recognize that these are challenging times for planning a conference and town hall. Our hope is that the October 5 and October 6-8 dates will be workable. We will, however, constantly monitor the situation and adjust as necessary.  Adjusting may mean postponing to a later date or changing the event to a full or partial virtual conference or town hall or whatever other options may be appropriate.