Terminal Management

When:
March 23, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
2017-03-23T17:30:00-05:00
2017-03-23T20:00:00-05:00
Where:
Radisson Milwaukee West
2303 N Mayfair Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53226
USA

The Logistics Council (TLC) of Milwaukee invites you to a dinner program on Thursday March 23rd with industry experts in Transportation Terminal Operations Management. This panel of speakers will help explain how effective terminal management improves the bottom line of carriers and shippers.

Program Overview:

Terminal Managers are the brains behind effective station operations, and therefore, impact how well cargo moves within your transportation network. Truly effective Logistics Management is driven by efficient transportation companies, which means that understanding the valuable role your Terminal Manager plays can be the difference for a shipper. Come to this seminar to learn from experienced professionals on the different styles of management needed for the primary modes in the US – truckload, dedicated and less-than-truckload. Use the Q&A period to ask how your firm can become a more attractive shipper, or reduce your transportation costs.

Our Speakers for this event:

Angela WayAngela Way, Director of Logistics, Ruan Transportation Inc.
Angela Way is a Director of Logistics for Ruan Dedicated Contract Transportation, servicing Johnson Controls Inc. Prior to such, she was the Terminal Manager for Ruan Dedicated in Tampa, FL and was nominated Regional Terminal of the Year in 2015. Angela has worked in the transportation industry for the past 20 years leading operations and sales teams for Fortune 500 companies, such as UPS, Coca-Cola and Con-Way Freight. A native of South Carolina and a graduate of Charleston Southern University, she has certifications in Six Sigma, ISO Quality Management, Conflict Management and Labor Relations Management. As a recent transplant from FL, Angela embraced the first Wisconsin winter, but looks forward to the summer ahead.

Richard ChandlerRichard Chandler, Regional Vice President, Schneider National
Richard Chandler is a Regional Vice President for Schneider National, a provider of truckload, intermodal and logistics services. After serving over eight years as a logistics officer in the U.S. Army, Chandler joined Schneider in 2005 as an Operations Manager in Charlotte, N.C. He then became Division Manager, in which he was accountable for the profitability and growth of the operating center’s asset-based business, as well as dedicated customers and driver associates. Currently, Chandler is accountable for Schneider’s Van Truckload business operations in the Midwest United States. Chandler received his Bachelor of Science in U.S. History from the United States Military Academy in West Point, N.Y.

Sue TabatSue Tabat, Service Center Director, Averitt Express
Sue Tabat is the Service Center Director for Averitt Express in Milwaukee since its start up in 2007 and has 25 years of well- rounded transportation experience. Her responsibilities include managing the monthly P&L, creating an annual business plan and forecast, and hiring and training of all associates. Sue leads the operations team to meet service standards and cost containment goals through load optimization and operational efficiencies. She also manages the sales team to increase customer base, revenue, and profitability. Prior to such, Sue was a Transportation Specialist at Averitt for 5 years and was the Transportation Manager at Generac in Waukesha for 9 years.

Registration & Logistics:

Place: Radisson Hotel Milwaukee West
Directions: Intersection of Hwy 45 & North Avenue
2303 North Mayfair Road
Milwaukee WI 53226
414-257-3400
Time: 5:30 pm Registration & Networking Social
6:00 pm Dinner (included in registration fee)
7:00 pm Presentation followed by Q&A
8:00 pm Adjourn
Cost: Please pre-register for this event to ensure that space is available
$45.00 Pre-paid with RESERVATION
$55.00 AT-THE-DOOR


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