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.


Single Attendee




1st Time Attendee



  • 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.


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

    Veriha Trucking

    Past Board Chair
    Pete Hill

    Executive Vice President
    Hill Bros. Transportation

    Mike Eggleton, Sr.

    Raider Express, Inc.

    Dutch Guest

    Vice President
    LAD Truck Lines, Inc.

    Brian Kinsey

    Past President & CEO
    Brown Integrated Logistics, Inc.

    Chad Norris

    Vice President of Operations
    Howell’s Motor Freight

    Kathy Peissig

    Senior Director of Talent Management
    Werner Enterprises, Inc.

    Craig Savell

    Executive Vice President, COO
    Total Transportation of Mississippi

    Ben Schill

    Vice President
    Paper Transport

    Jim Subler

    Classic Carriers, Inc.

    Kameron Wilson

    Vice President
    Wilson Logistics

  • Contact Us

    Gary W. Sergent
    Director-Conferences, Symposiums, Finance & Administration
    Office of Executive Programs
    Terry College of Business
    University of Georgia