Arkansas Trucking Association

2021 Joint MTC-SMC Fourth Quarter Meeting

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Name: 2021 Joint MTC-SMC Fourth Quarter Meeting
Date: November 30, 2021
Time: 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM CST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Register for the fourth quarter joint meeting of the Arkansas Trucking Association Safety Management Council and Maintenance & Technology Council on Tuesday, November 30 at 10:30 am at Maverick Transportation, Summit Meeting Room, 13301 East Valentine Road, North Little Rock, AR. This meeting space can accommodate 50 people, and registration is first come, first served. Don't wait to register!
Sponsored by Netradyne and Stoneridge, this meeting will include sessions on camera monitor systems and workforce trends in Arkansas.
SESSION 1: Can cameras really replace mirrors?
Presented by
Brad Corrodi, vice president of fleet products and services

Get the latest information about camera mirror systems, and how fleets with industry-leading training programs are utilizing these systems to enhance the safe operation of their vehicles. 
Representatives of Stoneridge will be on hand to present a comprehensive overview of the MirrorEye® the industry’s leading camera monitor system. Attendees will learn about the technology’s development, recent improvements and receive a look in to where the technology is headed in the future. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to experience MirrorEye® first-hand following the session in one of Stoneridge’s demonstration trucks.  

Brad Corrodi is vice president of fleet products and services at Stoneridge, a leading global supplier of a wide range of electronics and actuation products to commercial vehicle and automotive OEMs, publicly traded under SRI. The fleet products and services business unit was formed by Stoneridge in 2019 to bring integrated solutions to the customers that use their products, drawing on technologies developed across a broad range of OEM supplier categories. Prior to joining Stoneridge, Corrodi performed strategic advisory services for the company on several acquisition and restructuring projects. He is an experienced growth business leader and investment manager, having founded Princeton Management Associates in 2009 to focus on developing and implementing growth strategies. 
Prior to founding PMA, Corrodi was a partner in Logispring/Ad Euendem Industrial Innovation funds, which managed €250m over three funds. Successful investments included Apriso (acquired by Dassault Systems), Xterprise (acquired by SML Group) and Odyssey Logistics. Prior to joining Logispring, he served primarily technology, transportation and manufacturing companies as a strategy consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, based in London. He received his electrical engineering degree from Yale University in 1987 and his MBA from the Wharton School in 1993. He currently resides in Princeton, NJ with his wife and two daughters.

SESSION 2: Workforce Trends in Arkansas
Presented by
Randy Zook, president and CEO
Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce

Randy Zook, president and CEO of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, will discuss workforce trends in the state including the demand for qualified workers, which industries are most successful at recruiting (and why) and the ways businesses can work together to address staffing shortages. The new Be Pro Be Proud trailer will also be on site for attendees to tour this hands-on rolling advertisement for the industry opportunities across the state.

Randy Zook is the president and CEO of the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Industries of Arkansas.
A few of his accomplishments during his tenure include strengthening the brand of the State Chamber, increasing membership, leading two successful statewide initiatives, and refocusing attention on the workforce development system in the state.        
For 34 years, he worked for Atlantic Envelope Company of Atlanta, GA, a $200-million, manufacturer of custom printed envelopes and business products. He served as president and CEO of the company from 1989 to 2004.
He currently serves on the boards of the Arkansas Public School Resource Center, Economics Arkansas and McGehee Farm & Real Estate Co.

He and his wife, Diane, have three grown children and five above-average grandchildren. 

Maverick Transportation
13301 East Valentine Road
North Little Rock, AR

This meeting space can accommodate 50 people, and registration is first come, first served. Don't wait to register!

Date/Time Information:
Tuesday, November 30
10:30 am
Contact Information:
Sarah Sheets
In order to provide proper accommodations, we must guarantee a headcount in advance.
  • For ATA members who submit their meeting registration by the deadline and attend the meeting, there is no fee.
  • ATA members who attend without registering or register but do not attend will be charged $25.
  • Out of courtesy, if you decide to attend after the registration deadline, please contact the ATA office.
  • ATA welcomes guests and non-members to Council meetings for $50.
Refunds and Cancellations:
Deadline to register is Monday, November 22. Please contact our office at 501-372-3462 or send an email.
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Arkansas Trucking Association
PO Box 3476 (72203)
1401 West Capitol Ave.
Suite 185
Little Rock, AR 72201

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