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Tank Truck University hosting Trucking Benchmark overview

July 22, 2020
Cottingham & Butler speakers to share results specific to tank truck carriers, other critical information in July 29 webinar

National Tank Truck Carriers’ Tank Truck University (TTU), in association with sponsor Cottingham & Butler, is hosting the 2020 Trucking Benefits & Compensation Benchmark Overview webinar from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET Wednesday, July 29.

Click here to register for the webinar.

TTU’s goal is to provide educational opportunities for tank truck carriers to learn the regulations and best practices they need to excel. TTU offers a wide variety of programs designed to promote safety, train future leaders and ensure regulatory compliance.

Cottingham & Butler, an insurance broker, offers its Trucking Benchmark survey data to hundreds of motor carriers each year, helping them compare their benefit and compensation offerings to the broader trucking industry—and make necessary adjustments to attract and retain drivers in this competitive market.

This year’s speakers, Kim Beck, vice president of benefits consulting, and Eddie Rios, account executive, will share information on driver/non-driver compensation, per diem pay and usage, driver bonuses, PTO utilization, paid and voluntary benefits, health plan deductibles, employee contributions, and cost-containment. They also will deliver an inside look at the 2020 Trucking Benchmark results specific to tank/bulk haulers.

Beck specializes in benefit program design and re-structuring, cost reduction strategies, compliance services, onboarding/enrollment technology and health & wellness management solutions specific to the transportation industry. She has more than 25 years of insurance and benefit industry experience, including 17 years at Cottingham & Butler working almost exclusively with trucking and transportation related companies.

Rios works in the employee benefits consulting practice at Cottingham & Butler and has been with the organization for seven years. He spent his first three years specializing in wellness solutions and medical management consulting. Rios works exclusively with trucking- and transportation-related companies.