CLDA has once again partnered with PARCEL Forum for this year's Fall Meeting. Join us at the Gaylord Texan for two days of networking and education (up to 72 sessions to choose from!).

What's New? 
New Business-Focused Educational PODs. This year we are introducing New Business-Focused Educational PODs--an enriched learning and networking experience. Each educational POD is specifically designed to address a business issue that transportation, logistics, warehousing and packaging professionals are dealing with and deliver actionable solutions to solve those challenges. You can follow a specific POD or simply build the educational program that best fits your needs by choosing from any of the sessions being offered.


About the Customized Logistics and Delivery Association (CLDA)
Founded in 1987, the CLDA is a non-profit trade association that advances the interests of the customized logistics and delivery industry through advocacy, networking and education.  As an industry thought leader and representative for over 400 member companies, the CLDA is committed to providing the resources and education for first and last mile carriers to stay educated about industry trends and opportunities.


About PARCEL Forum
For the past 13 years, PARCEL Forum has been at the forefront of educating, enlightening and entertaining those of you responsible for packaging, material handling, warehousing, shipping and distribution of parcel-sized packages. And during that time, we have helped thousands of small-package supply chain professionals learn how to ship more packages, more frequently, more efficiently, and more cost-effectively.

"Moooving Forward" - the 2016 theme is clever, but its meaning goes much deeper. Yes, the parcel shipping, warehousing, distribution and logistics industry is moving forward at “same-day” speed in large part to the role technology has playing in increasing customer demand and expectation in both the B2B and B2C (Direct-to-Consumer) markets. Whether you like it or not, the industry is moving forward and companies who fail to recognize the shift taking place within the supply chain will get trampled.