About the IWLA – Canadian Council
International Warehouse Logistics Association
IWLA is the unified voice of the value-added warehousing and logistics
industry, representing third-party logistics and warehousing service providers.
Our 500+ member companies provide timely and cost-effective third party
logistics solutions for their customers.
IWLA's 3rd party logistics members are committed to warehousing and protecting
the free flow of products across international borders. IWLA helps our
3PL members grow profits. How? We reduce our members’ costs and increase
their resources through programs, products and services that are exclusive
to IWLA membership.
The Canadian Council or “IWLA-Canada” is the voice for IWLA in Canada.
Its structure and governance consists of a seven-member executive and an Executive
Director. Two members of this executive sit on the full IWLA Board.
IWLA-Canada's Value Proposition
Upcomng Events Calendar
- March 1, 9:30 AM - Toyota Tour –
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada in Cambridge will host a tour for IWLA. The event will consist of a tour of Toyota's manufacturing plant followed by an optional no-host lunch in a local restaurant.
- March 13 - 15 - 2016 IWLA Convention & Expo –
Don't miss this great annual event! Click here for details and registration. The traditional Canadian Dinner will be held at 7:30 PM on Sunday, March 13. To let us know you will be attending send an email to (jlevi@IWLA.com).
- May 18, 9:30 AM - LCBO Tour –
A tour of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario's (LCBO) Durham warehouse has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, May 18. Of particular interest to IWLA members will be LCBO's award-winning mixed-case palletizer technology.
- June 3 - Golf Tournament –
IWLA's 2016 annual golf tournament will be held at Turnberry Golf Club in Brampton on Friday, June 3. A shotgun tee-off will take place at 8 AM. Golf will be followed by lunch.
MEDIAPLANET supplement to
Canadian Business Magazine
- In September, MEDIAPLANET published an article on the advantages of outsourcing a company's distribution services. The article was produced in a joint effort by IWLA in Canada and the USA. View the print or web> version.