The Business of Intermodal Continues Program

Important Information for all Events

New for Fall 2020! The Center for Logistics & Supply Chain Management is pleased to announce the addition of another opportunity for our students to listen to industry leaders and gain valuable knowledge outside of the classroom.

This new series is called The Business of Intermodal Continues Program and it is hosted by IANA! This series includes educational webinars, virtual panel discussions, market updates, and industry leader interviews. One of IANA’s core missions to provide members with the tools and knowledge to advance their business. IANA is sharing this valuable educational program for the benefit of our students. Through this program, IANA will be delivering content that is responsive to the business needs of their members in distinct series:

  • Signature Series – presenting premium opportunities for understanding the past, present and future of the intermodal industry.
  • The Technology of Intermodal – examining the value and impacts of technology on the intermodal supply chain.
  • The Continuity of Intermodal Operations – providing data on the current state of the market, discussing concerns with the new economic realities and how to mitigate the effects to your business.
  • Intermodal University – offering foundational information on how the intermodal industry operates designed for those new to the industry, as well as for those who may want a "refresher course". Included is a series featuring Industry Leaders, sharing their philosophies, business insights and perspectives.

UNT students may attend any of the IANA virtual events offered. The events provided in the Intermodal University are similar to the current speaker events in the Logistics Executive Lecture Series at UNT. Students can earn credit for attending any IANA event in The Business of Intermodal Continues Program.

In order to be included in the post-event attendance reports and receive credit for attending, UNT Students must register using the specific registration links provided on the Speakers page.

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For Executive Lecture Series, The Business of Intermodal Continues Program, and Onboarding Program questions not answered by content found on the Center for Logistics & Supply Chain Management webpage please send an email to

Chris Peavy chris.peavy@unt.edu
(she-her-hers)
Associate Director, Center for Logistics & Supply Chain Management