CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
May 23, 2018
Forward Thinking

NASSTRAC announces changes, Expo co-location with CSCMP starting in 2019

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NASSTRAC to shift annual spring conference to Washington, D.C., with advocacy focus.

Shipper group NASSTRAC announced Monday it has entered into a tentative agreement that will end NASSTRAC's stand-alone annual spring exposition. Starting at the CSCMP 2019 annual Edge global conference in Anaheim, Calif., the NASSTRAC Expo will be merged into the CSCMP annual event.

The agreement is one part of a shift for NASSTRAC. The shipper group will continue to hold its annual conference, which starting next year will be split off from the Expo, and move from its longstanding Florida location. It is expected to find a permanent home in Washington, D.C.

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