Breakout sessions at the CCJ Fall Symposium — slated for Dec. 2-4 at the Montelucia Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz. — will focus on hot-button industry issues in equipment, technology and business.
The business breakout session, dubbed Bracing for Obamacare, will help attendees understand what their fleet needs to do in preparation for the changes in the health care law, provisions of which largely begin Jan. 1. Kathryne Feary-Gardner, an attorney at the Scopelitis law firm, will lead the session.
The technology breakout session will cover modernizing your fleet through business intelligence and will be led by Mike Kelley, director of information technology for Mesilla Valley Transportation.
The equipment breakoutsession, led by Brian Orr, owner of Stewart Logistics, and Mike Pope, owner of Pope Transport, will cover natural gas glider kits and retrofit fuel systems.
The symposium is sold out, but those wishing to attend can call 888-349-4287.