WIL PMSA Combo LogoWomen in Logistics (WIL) and the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA) proudly present luncheon speaker Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, Journal of Commerce. Mr. Mongelluzzo will discuss the upcoming ILWU negotiations, the state of West Coast waterfront labor, port politics, competitive threats and challenges and chassis ownership. Register today here.

Bill MongelluzzoWhile you’re at it, become a WIL member. You can sign up on-line here, or complete an application here and mail it in.
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