In this episode of Logical Logistics, we interview Paul Steffes, the President of the Express Carriers Association, an organization that fosters relationships through innovative networking between local, regional and national shippers and vendors in the transportation industry while also providing its members continuing education on transportation industry issues.
We talk with Paul about his experience and the additional benefits the ECA gives to its members. Since 2011 he has served as President & CEO of TransTek, Inc.
Prior to TransTek, Mr. Steffes served for 7 years as Vice President of Sales with Jet Transportation and Logistics developing and implementing a regional brand and regional business development plan.
Paul is currently serving as the President of the Express Carriers Association (ECA). He has served as a director since 2000 completing terms as president, 1st vice president, 2nd vice president, secretary and MarketPlace chairman.
Paul Steffes possesses over 30 years of transportation experience in the same-day, next-day, air freight and cash transportation logistics industries. Throughout his career Mr. Steffes has served in executive level positions with regional and national companies.
What Does The ECA Do?
The Express Carriers Association or ECA is an organization that fosters business relationships through innovative networking between local and regional carriers along with national shippers or vendors in the transportation industry. They also provide its members continuing education on transportation industry issues along with:
Providing information, referrals, education, and opportunities to network, allowing members to form logistical partnerships between carriers and shippers.
They assist shippers and carriers in implementing and taking advantage of the new technology and transportation solutions.
Building awareness about specialized and regional carriers as viable supply chain alternatives and their vendors' products, services, and support partnerships among all members