Terry College of Business

Executive Education

Trucking Profitability Strategies

Improve performance and profitability

Trucking Profitability Strategies brings senior trucking professionals together to discuss best practices and emerging trends that can immediately improve performance and profitability and prepare participants for future opportunities and challenges. For 30 years this program has continued to feature leaders in trucking as presenters and panelists.

Topics

  • Business Intelligence/Data Strategy
  • Market Disruptors
  • Innovation Learning Sessions
  • Equipment
  • Risk Management
  • Drivers: Assets and Operations
  • Opinions & Advice

Who Will Benefit

Senior trucking professionals or rising trucking professionals.

Note: Unlike other programs, no suppliers or vendors attend this conference.

Attendance is restricted to asset-based trucking companies to maximize the learning and networking experience.

Takeaways

Relevant, current knowledge of emerging trends in trucking that will help keep you competitive, knowledgeable, and able to capitalize on opportunities as they arise.


Board Members
Program Chair
Ben Schill

Vice President
Paper Transport, Inc.

Board Chair
Karen Smerchek

President
Veriha Trucking

Past Board Chair
Pete Hill

Executive Vice President
Hill Bros. Transportation

Mike Eggleton, Sr.

President
Raider Express, Inc.

Dutch Guest

Vice President
LAD Truck Lines, Inc.

Chad Norris

Vice President of Operations
Howell’s Motor Freight

Craig Savell

Executive Vice President, COO
Total Transportation of Mississippi

Kameron Wilson

Vice President
Wilson Logistics

Contact Us
Gary W. Sergent
Director-Conferences & Symposiums
Office of Executive Programs
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia
404-467-5130
gsergent@uga.edu

Upcoming Dates
April 24-26, 2022

Cost: $1,195

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Location

The Georgia Center
1197 South Lumpkin Street
Athens, GA 30602-3603

SPONSORS

 

"I’ve attended the Trucking Profitability Strategies conference throughout my career and I continue to come back because it’s a place to come together with other folks in the industry. It’s a place you can let your guard down, talk about things you have in common, the challenges you face. People are willing to share here, and I think that’s the unique difference.”

- Derek Leathers, President & CEO
Werner Enterprises, Inc.