CargoM Career Day 2022

The 7th edition of CargoM Career Day will be held this year on November 2, 2022. We are pleased to announce that we are returning to our pre-pandemic event, in person at the Port of Montreal’s Grand Quay. Our job fair will be dedicated exclusively to the trades and training in the logistics and freight transportation industry. The program of the day will be announced shortly.

If your company, association or academic institution wishes to book a booth now, do not hesitate to contact Yves Murray, Project Manager, Labour and Communication, by email ymurray@cargo-montreal.ca.

More information will follow. Stay tuned by subscribing to the CargoM employment and training newsletter (subscription form below).

To learn more about the 2021 CargoM Career Day, check out our last press releases.

Looking for a job or training in transportation and logistics? Visit our Job offers and raining programs page.

 

For more information about CargoM’s Career Day:

Yves Murray
514508-2609 ext. 226

Companies and organizations attending the last editions :

Air Canada CargoAGD Verchères ExpressAgence des services frontaliers, ASCM Montréal : Association Logistique & Centre de Formation, Association des employeurs maritimes, Association du camionnage du Québec, Axxess International Inc, Bédard RessourcesBolloré Logistics , BTX Global LogisticsCamo-Route, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL Group Inc. ), CÉGEP André-LaurendeauCÉGEP Saint-Jean-sur-RichelieuCentre interuniversitaire de recherche sur les réseaux d’entreprise, la logistique et le transport (CIRRELT)Challenger Motor Freight, CITT, CMA-CGMCN, Comité sectoriel de main-d’oeuvre de l’industrie maritime, Conseil 2.0, Corporation des pilotes du Saint-Laurent, Courchesne Larose, Courrier plus, CSMOIM, Daher Aerospace Canada Inc, DécathlonDelmar international, Canest Transit Inc. Drakkar recrutement spécialiséESG UQAM – École des sciences de la gestion, ExcelCieArt, Extra Multi-Ressources, Fédération Maritime du CanadaFednavForces armées canadiennesGarde côtière canadienne, Genesee et Wyoming Canada, Groupe Désgagnés, Groupe Lafrance, Groupe Morneau, Groupe Océan, Groupe Robert, Groupe Samovrac, GT Group, Guilbault, IJQ-RSSMO, InnovLOG, Institut maritime du Québec, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) Canada Branch, Livingston International, Logistec Corporation, Logistique en Wallonie, Lowe’s Canada, Mediterranean Shipping Company, Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration, MSC, Mtl International, Néas, PIVAL International, Port de Montréal, Premier Tech, Ray-Mont LogistiquesSanimaxSociété Terminaux Montréal Gateway, Synergie Canada, Système Danfreight, Trac-World, Transport Sylvester et Oubliez, WJ Jones, Wiptec.

Read the inspiring testimonials of transport and logistics passionate workers.

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Marie-Andrée Giguère
Sustainable Development Coordinator,  Fednav Limited

One of my concerns before I began my career in transportation was the idea of having to set aside my environmental and social convictions. I couldn’t have been more pleasantly surprised.

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Véronique Lapalme
Engineer, Design and Construction,  CN

What attracted me to this field was its unique aspect unknown to students, because railway know-how isn’t taught in schools. So employees in the railway sector develop a rare and highly sought-after expertise.

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Thierry Ferland
Supervisor, Marine Work and Floating Equipment,  Port of Montreal

As an operations manager, the future is bright. Companies need people who are able to take on the challenges of this profession.

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Keven Vaillancourt
Driver,  TYT Group

Since my father was a truck driver, I knew quite a bit about the business. I knew what to expect. My SSVD also prepared me, so I didn’t have any unpleasant surprises. I’d have to say it’s the freedom associated with being a truck driver that surprises me every day.

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Alexandre Tremblay
Longshoreman,  Maritime Employers Association

The port industry will let you achieve long-term goals by counting on the support of your colleagues and employers. This is different from the construction industry where it’s harder to see where you’ll be in the future. Port work offers a more interesting path over a long career.

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Port of Montreal Building
2100 Pierre-Dupuy Avenue
Wing 2, Suite 2100
Montréal (Québec) H3C 3R5

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