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For Immediate Release
October 11, 2007

For Information Contact:
Gary Petty, NPTC

NPTC, J.J. Keller Offer Free Driver Performance Webinar

Arlington, VA – The National Private Truck Council (NPTC) is again teaming with J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. to present a free webcast, “Driver Performance Management: Case Studies in Excellence,” on Wednesday, October 31, 2007, from 1:00 – 2:30 pm (Central).

“Today, the private fleet professional faces no shortage of challenges such as fuel economy, congestion, safety and customer service,” says Gary Petty, President and CEO of NPTC. “The driver literally and figuratively holds the key to unlocking the solution and to converting these issues into a core competency for the fleet. The webcast will focus on proven management disciplines and the strategic use of technology to accomplish that objective.”

In the 90-minute program, the presenters will:

  • Provide an overview of how driver-focused policy and procedures, performance data and training can work together to help define solutions to nagging performance issues and critical safety concerns

  • Discuss the problems encountered and lessons learned

  • Cover how they achieved results that impacted safety, performance and profitability

The session, which Petty will moderate, will include presentations from:

  • Jim Carlins, PE, PMP, Manager of Distribution Systems, Praxair, Inc.

  • Jim Angel, CTP, Director of Fleet Operations, Atrium Companies

  • Tom Moore, CTP, Executive Director-NPTC Institute, and Vice President-Public Affairs, NPTC

  • Tom Bray, Editor-Transport Management, J. J. Keller

Space is limited. To register and/or obtain more information please go to:

About NPTC
Founded in 1939, the National Private Truck Council is the only national trade association exclusively representing the interests of the private truck industry and corporate/business private truck fleet management.  NPTC is the premier marketplace of information, networking and skill building for private fleet professionals as it leads in shaping the future of corporate transportation.

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