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Professional Services Supporting Indiana TDL. 21st Century Logistics Symposium September 16 th , 2003 Indianapolis, IN. Your Panel. Frank Dooley, Purdue University Philip C. Genetos, Senior Partner, Ice Miller William E. Linville, Executive Vice President, Duke Realty Corp.

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Professional services supporting indiana tdl

Professional Services Supporting Indiana TDL

21st Century Logistics Symposium

September 16th, 2003

Indianapolis, IN


Your panel
Your Panel

  • Frank Dooley, Purdue University

  • Philip C. Genetos, Senior Partner, Ice Miller

  • William E. Linville, Executive Vice President, Duke Realty Corp.

  • Steve Klinger, Director of International Services, Cargo Services Inc.

  • Christopher O. Johnson, Vice President, Fifth Third Securities Inc.


Our format
Our format

  • We have 90 minutes to focus of our breakout group is upon various services that support TDL

  • Will begin with short presentations by our four panel members

    • Each has been asked to identify two gaps/needs to Indiana being the center of TDL


Your opportunity
Your opportunity

  • Then will open the floor to your response and ideas

    • We will be collecting note cards with questions

  • Recognize the differing perspectives on issues  

  • Also have a series of questions to consider


Additional issue 1
Additional Issue 1

  • Each of you has noted his highest priority item for Indiana's transportation infrastructure.  If Indiana made such a change or investment, how would the demand for your company' services change? 


Additional issue 2
Additional Issue 2

  • Is your company's business development plans for Indiana dependent upon state (or federal) funding for infrastructure or other transportation projects?


Additional issue 3
Additional Issue 3

  • From a carrier's perspective, what are the advantages of operating in Indiana (i.e., low costs, geographic location, etc.)?


Additional issue 4
Additional Issue 4

  • Besides funding, are there any state (or federal) regulatory issues (e.g., licensing, insurance, safety/fitness, etc.) that you would like government officials to resolve that would make operating in Indiana easier or more profitable?  


Additional issue 5
Additional Issue 5

  • With the federal government's attention focused on global supply chain security, how do your recommendations affect trade security? 

  • Do you see any way that Indiana can benefit from federal spending on trade security?


Additional issue 6
Additional Issue 6

  • If, after this symposium, Indiana officials do not adopt any of your recommendation, what will the transportation landscape look like in one year, two years, five years?


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