CargoM Career Day 2023

CargoM is delighted to invite you to the 8th edition of its Career Day, a unique event promoting training and trades in the logistics and freight transport sector. This year’s event will take place on November 15 at the Port of Montreal’s Pavillon du Grand Quai (200, rue de la Commune Ouest, Montreal, Place-d’Armes metro station) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

CargoM member: $300 (+taxes)
Non-member: $600 (+taxes)
* Not including meals and parking fees

▶️ Book your booth now! ◀️



Become a gold, silver or bronze partner

For the first time, CargoM is offering to its members and industry partners a visibility opportunity. Depending on your contribution, your company will receive media exposure, a free booth and much more! For more information on sponsorship, please contact Yves Murray, project manager and event manager.


Employeurs de marque: role reversal to win over candidates

PME MTL Centre-Est and CargoM invite you to take part in the ” Employeurs de marque” event, to be held in conjunction with Career Day. Come and enjoy a unique experience that allows candidates to immerse themselves in the world of employer branding for organizations that stand out from the crowd.

PME MTL Centre-Est will be showcasing companies which, in just five minutes, will have to stand out from the competition by presenting their mission, values and corporate culture to potential candidates. The purpose of this concept is to quickly build bridges between the employer and future employees, speed up the hiring process and generate unsolicited applications that would not have been generated by a traditional job posting.



For more information about CargoM’s Career Day:

Yves Murray
514 508-2609 ext. 226

Companies have confirmed their presence on November 2:

GT Group, Energy Logistics, Courchesne Larose Ltd., Extra multi-ressources, Premier Tech, Logistec, Termont, Camo-route, CFTR, MSC Mediternnean Shipping Inc., Synergie Canada inc, Groupe Desgagnés, Valport, Genesee & Wyoming Canada, Cégep André-Laurendeau, CMA CGM Canada, Groupe Robert, Comité sectoriel de main-d’œuvre de l’industrie maritime (CSMOIM), Wiptec, Ministère des Transports du Québec, CN, Groupe Goyette, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL Group Inc.), SAQ, Ray-Mont Logistics, Port de Montréal, Groupe Morneau, Thibert Inc., Federation Maritme du Canada, Bolloré Logistics Canada, Cole International, CITT, Solutions Inc., Challenger Motor Freight, Martel Express Montreal, VLM Foods Inc., CIRRRELT, Cascades, Association des employeurs maritimes, Services Québec de Montréal (Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale), Champlain College St-Lambert, Canadian Armed Forces, Oceanex, Groupe Holiday, Enterprise Holdings, Bédard Ressources humaines, Groupe Océan.


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Read the inspiring testimonials of transport and logistics passionate workers.

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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