25th Annual Freight and Logistics Symposium: Future Trends in Freight and Supply Chain Resiliency

Friday, December 2, 2022
8:00 a.m.–noon Central

1330 Industrial Blvd. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
United States

About the Event

The annual Freight and Logistics Symposium is designed to bring together the private sector and government to discuss current issues in the freight and logistics industry and to hear about public and private initiatives to strengthen our freight transportation system.

This year's symposium will focus on future trends in freight and supply chain resiliency. Keynote speaker Andrew Petrisin, supply chain advisor at the USDOT, will share his experience navigating supply chain disruptions from the federal perspective. He will also discuss how a renewed public-private effort has shaped the national response, and explain why developing a commercially competitive and operationally cooperative supply chain is critical for the future of the United States.

Following the keynote presentation, a panel of local industry leaders will discuss implications for Minnesota.


Registration will be available in October.

Who Should Attend

The symposium is intended for decision makers and practitioners from shippers, carriers, and other private sector organizations involved in logistics and transportation, as well as for government officials and staff, and representatives from nonprofit organizations and academic institutions.

More Information

With questions, contact Rachel Brodeur.


This symposium is sponsored by the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Minnesota, in cooperation with: