In 2004, Lloyd Ash joined the Bissett School of Business at Mount Royal to help set up the Applied Degree Program in International Business and Supply Chain Management.   For several years, he previously managed the consulting business unit of Trimac Corporation where he provided services to industrial and government sector clients related to truck costing and benchmarking, process mapping and optimization, fleet management, freight logistics, transportation planning and related management information systems.   Prior to his tenure at Trimac, Lloyd  was previously employed by Transport Canada (Airports), the City of Calgary (Long Range Highway Design), Parks Canada (Surveying) and the National Research Council (Structural Research).   In 2005, he founded Logistics Solution Builders.

In addition to heading up Logistics Solution Builders as founding principal, he recently retired from a 12 year posting as an Associate Professor of Business at Mount Royal University where he taught courses in Distribution Management, Management Information Systems and Business Integration.

In early 2015, he was successfully awarded a special grant from Campus Alberta to support the development of an Open Source textbook in Applied Logistics Management that is expected to be completed early in 2016.

He holds an M.A. Sc. Degree in Civil Engineering (Transportation) from the University of Waterloo and a B.Sc. (with distinction) in Civil Engineering from the University of Calgary.  He is registered as a professional engineer with APEGGA and is a P.Log. with the Canadian Logistics Institute.   He is currently a Friend of the Board of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum (CTRF) and is a past president and life member of that organization.   He spearheaded the arrangements for CTRF's successful 2012 conference held at Mount Royal University in Calgary as well as prior annual conferences held in 2004 (Calgary), 1998 (Edmonton) and 1992 (Banff).   He has been actively involved with the Calgary Logistics Council and the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council.
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