NPTC to Conduct Meeting

April 7, 2004
The National Private Truck Council (NPTC) will hold its Annual Education Management Conference and Exhibition on May 2 through 4 in Atlanta. The conference is designed to illustrate the bright future of private fleets, as well as to analyze successful private fleets practices. Hours of service regulations and their impact on private fleets will be the lead topic, with five workshops devoted to it.

The National Private Truck Council (NPTC) will hold its Annual Education Management Conference and Exhibition on May 2 through 4 in Atlanta. The conference is designed to illustrate the bright future of private fleets, as well as to analyze successful private fleets practices.

Hours of service regulations and their impact on private fleets will be the lead topic, with five workshops devoted to it. Representatives from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will be present for a general session.

Also a “Bring Your Boss” program will discuss issues facing upper management. It will discuss the importance of well-managed private fleets.

In addition there will be a live demonstration of the NPTC’s exclusive Best Practices Safety Guide, an online tool that measures safety awareness within private fleets.

For more information go to www.nptc.org.

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