Transportation and Logistics
Buffalo Niagara’s location on the Canadian-American border, within 500 miles of 40% of the continental North American population, gives the region significant international trade and commerce advantages. As the American industrial sector looks to modernize and innovate, Western New York’s multi-modal transportation network will be critical to international supply chains and the competitiveness of local companies.
Join BNP, and strategic partner the University at Buffalo’s New York State Center of Excellence in Materials Informatics, as we bring leaders together to collaborate, strategize and chart the future of transportation in our region.
Participating Member Organizations
- Bank On Buffalo
- Ficel Transport
- Greater Buffalo Niagara Regional
- Transportation Council
- Harris Beach PLLC
- HazMat Environmental Group, Inc.
- Invest Buffalo Niagara
- Iroquois Construction Services
- National Grid
Join or Become a Sponsor
The Industry Leaders Forum is reserved for members of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, and attracts a wide-audience of business leaders in WNY. Strengthen your brand by attending this series or by sponsoring this series.
Contact Liz Benkovich, VP of Member Engagement & Development | email@example.com
From the Blog
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