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Stay Metrics promotes 5 women employees to new leadership roles

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Pictured from left to right are five employees who have been given new leadership roles at Stay Metrics. They include Nicole Fullone, Teri Gillespie, Karley LaDow, Milinda Reister, and Mary Malone.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Stay Metrics, a provider of evidence-based driver feedback, engagement, training and retention solutions for the transportation industry, has promoted five women employees to new leadership roles.

Since its founding in 2012, Stay Metrics has been a strong proponent of advancing professional women in the trucking industry at all levels, according to Jerry Scott, chief operating officer, who said the following individuals were promoted to these positions to more fully utilize their professional talents, industry experience, and leadership abilities:

  • Nicole Fullone, client services team lead
  • Teri Gillespie, survey and research team lead
  • Karley LaDow, client relationship manager team lead
  • Mary Malone, vice president of business development
  • Milinda Riester, Interview Team Manager

“Stay Metrics highly values and respects the contributions of women to the transportation industry,” Scott said. “Our future depends on effective leadership and we are grateful for the impact and ongoing potential of these talented professionals.”

The new leaders will support the ongoing research, client services, and sales efforts for Stay Metrics’ driver-focused engagement and retention products, which include:

  • A suite of Driver Surveys for preventing early-stage turnover.
  • Advanced data analytics and predictive modeling focused on driver retention.
  • A custom, online Driver Rewards platform that carriers use to engage drivers and build loyalty.
  • A highly effective and rewarding collection of DRIVE SAFE and DRIVE FIT online training modules.

Scott said Stay Metrics is a corporate member of The Women In Trucking Association, a non-profit with the mission to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments, and minimize the obstacles they face.

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ES releases agenda for Success in Trucking Expo

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FedEx Custom Critical, Forward Air and Panther Premium Logistics, a service of ArcBest, are the exclusive motor carriers at the June 7-8 event to be held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway complex. Pro Football Hall of Famer Anthony Muñoz will serve as the keynote speaker for the event. (Courtesy: ES)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — ES, which offers capacity solutions and ownership opportunities within the trucking industry, has released programming details for the company’s inaugural Success In Trucking Expo (SITE), which will take place June 7-8 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway complex.

The two-day agenda for the SITE has been designed specifically for professional drivers, owner-operators and fleet owners who have a desire to explore ownership opportunities or grow current operations, according to ES CEO Paul Williams.

Ellen Voie, the President & CEO of the Women In Trucking Association, is among an list of industry experts who have committed to participate in the SITE for 2019. Voie will be a part of an industry panel discussion that will bring together trucking experts, contract professional drivers, truck owners and fleet owners who are part of the ES Community. Among those joining Voie on the panel will be Brian McCoy, president of Stoops Freightliner, and Leah Shaver, the chief operating officer of the Newsal Transportation Institute. The panel also will feature Chris Moran, Freightliner district sales manager, from Daimler Trucks of North America and Colton Lawrence, CEO of EQUINOX Owner-Operator Solutions.

Anthony Muñoz, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and an entrepreneur with a long record of success for making a positive impact within Cincinnati and the surrounding communities, will highlight the opening session for the SITE, serving as the keynote speaker on the evening of June 7. The panel discussions and the presentations by the carriers participating in the SITE will take place the following day.

The ES Community motor carriers participating in the SITE will be FedEx Custom Critical, Forward Air and Panther Premium Logistics, a service of ArcBest. These three companies will be the exclusive motor carriers at the SITE, and each company will have a representative who will be making a presentation during the expo. Mike Abood, FedEx Custom Critical’s managing director of fleet operations, Nick Burch, Panther’s director of owner-operator recruiting, and Ryan Gilliam, Forward Air’s vice president of recruiting, have been chosen by their respective carriers as speakers for the 2019 SITE.

The attendees also will hear a presentation from Paul Williams and ES President Jason Williams, which will take place prior to the event’s final ride-and-drive session, which will be hosted by 2019 SITE Title Sponsor Stoops Freightliner.

“Over the past several months, we have been working very diligently to develop an event and programming for the Success In Trucking Expo that will be meaningful and have a positive impact for professional drivers interested in ownership as well as current owner-operators and fleet owners who are looking to grow their businesses,” said Jason Williams. “With the group of experts who will be coming to our SITE stage at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway complex, we are confident that everyone joining us for the inaugural edition of the SITE will take away the kind of knowledge and perspective that they will find helpful as they move forward in their trucking careers.”

In addition to participating in the industry panel discussion, Voie will be hosting the June 8 edition of her Women In Trucking Radio Show live and on location from the SITE. The WIT Radio Show is broadcast live every Saturday on SiriusXM’s Road Dog Trucking Radio channel from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern time.

One of the unique features about the SITE is that ES is offering free hotel accommodations and free meals for pre-qualified expo registrants. A limited number of those slots are currently available for the event, and attendees receiving them will be chosen from the registration submissions ES receives. To learn more about registration for the SITE and the programming planned for the event, visit .

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Fleets, truck operators can bid online for Kenworth sale to benefit TAT

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KIRKLAND, Wash. — After a successful 2017 “Everyday Heroes” Kenworth T680 auction, Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) anticipates even greater results when its second Everyday Heroes truck is auctioned at Ritchie Bros in Phoenix on Friday.

Proceeds from the sale go directly to TAT, a 501(c)3 non-profit devoted to stopping human trafficking by educating, mobilizing, and empowering the nation’s truck drivers and rest stop employees.

“Human trafficking is a terrible crime that affects millions in the United States each year, and the trucking industry can – and is – making a difference,” said Don Blake, new truck sales manager at Inland Kenworth – Phoenix and TAT board member. Blake is the driving force behind the Kenworth T680 auction. “The winning bidder for the Everyday Heroes Kenworth T680 will help fund Truckers Against Trafficking and increase awareness of human trafficking and TAT’s mission to end it. We look forward to a successful auction,” he said.

“Fundraising events, such as the Everyday Heroes auction, truly brings the trucking industry together to achieve a common goal,” said Kurt Swihart, Kenworth marketing director. “The contributions Don Blake has made to make this auction happen is truly admirable. Because of Don, we are able to join forces with others in the trucking industry to fight against human trafficking through the auction of this special Kenworth T680. The money raised from this event will help Truckers Against Trafficking continue to bring justice to those being trafficked.”

The special Kenworth T680 is fully loaded with a 76-inch sleeper, 485-hp PACCAR MX-13 engine, and PACCAR 12-speed automated transmission.

“Many of the companies that helped make our 2017 Everyday Heroes truck possible stepped up to the plate again through monetary and equipment donations for this year’s truck,” Blake said. “This fundraising event for Truckers Against Trafficking wouldn’t be possible without our sponsors’ support.”

In 2017, Mike Jimenez, owner of Phoenix-based J&L Transportation submitted the winning bid for the Everyday Heroes Kenworth T680 that was auctioned. The bid resulted in an $83,000 donation to TAT, the largest single donation to the organization.

“We were able to generate a significant donation through the auctioning of our last Everyday Heroes truck, and our hope is that we can surpass that mark this year,” Blake said. “Truckers Against Trafficking is an incredible organization, and we as a trucking industry can make a difference in bringing the crime of human trafficking to an end.”

Interested parties can bid on the truck online, by proxy or in person. Bidders can register in advance at (). Interested parties also can obtain online buying information  (), or call Ritchie Bros. at (602) 269-5631 for assistance. For those able to attend the auction, Ritchie Bros. is located at 5410 W. Lower Buckeye Road in Phoenix.

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ACT: Preliminary used Class 8 volumes fell M/M, Y/Y and YTD in April

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April 2019 used Class 8 truck sales yielded a 13% decline compared to April 2018, as well as a year-to-date drop of 16%. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

COLUMBUS, Ind. — Preliminary used Class 8 volumes (same dealer sales) fell 5% month-over-month in April, following an uptick in March, according to the latest preliminary release of the State of the Industry: U.S. Classes 3-8 Used Trucks published by ACT Research.

Additionally, the report indicated that longer-term comparisons yielded a 13% decline compared to April 2018, as well as a year-to-date drop of 16%.

Other data released in ACT’s preliminary report included year-over-year comparisons for April 2019, which showed that average prices rose 14%, while average miles and age were relatively flat.

“Recent conversations with market contact suggest dealers are very aware that conditions are changing. Auction and wholesale volumes, as well as pricing, are softening,” said Steve Tam, v vice president at ACT Research. “Some used truck buyers and sellers are paying close attention, but others may be only casually aware of any looming concern. Most truckers have yet to make the leap, as signified by retail markets that are outperforming their dealer counterparts.”

ACT’s Classes 3-8 Used Truck Report provides data on the average selling price, miles and age based on a sample of industry data. In addition, the report provides the average selling price for top-selling Class 8 models for each of the major truck OEMs — Freightliner (Daimler); Kenworth and Peterbilt (Paccar); International (Navistar); and Volvo and Mack (Volvo).

ACT Research is a publisher of commercial vehicle truck, trailer, and bus industry data, market analysis and forecasting services for the North American and China markets. ACT’s analytical services are used by all major North American truck and trailer manufacturers and their suppliers, as well as banking and investment companies. More information can be found at .

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