TCA Welcomes Steve Phillips as TCA Profitability Program Facilitator

02/13/2024

TCA Welcomes Steve Phillips as TCA Profitability Program Facilitator

ALEXANDRIA, VA – February 13, 2024 – The Truckload Carriers Association (TCA), the only trade association whose sole focus is the truckload segment of the motor carrier industry, today announced it has hired Steve Phillips as a Facilitator for the TCA Profitability Program.

As Program Facilitator, Phillips will bolster the Truckload Carriers Association Profitability Program’s efforts to help Best Practice Group participant carriers identify strategies to improve their operations through benchmarking and in-person meetings.

Steve brings over thirty years of experience in transportation management to the program, having served many years in senior leadership roles at Werner Enterprises and as Senior Vice President of OTR Operations at U.S. Xpress, Inc. Throughout his career, Steve has demonstrated an exceptional ability to navigate the challenges and opportunities of transportation management, leading to significant improvements in operational efficiencies and profits.

In addition to his leadership roles within carriers, Steve has also served on numerous boards promoting prosperity in the transportation industry, including the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and Trucking Profitability Strategies (TPS).

Steve is excited for the opportunity to join the team, saying “TCA’s ability to provide robust performance platforms and benchmarking opportunities through programs such as TPP, make them the premier resource for any company looking to improve. I am thrilled to be joining an organization that has such a positive impact on the trucking industry.”

“We are excited to welcome Steve Phillips to our team as TPP Facilitator,” said TCA President Jim Ward ” We are confident that his wealth of experience, strategic vision, and commitment to excellence will be invaluable to our team as we continue to drive profitability forward in the truckload industry.”