How New Penn Handled Hurricane Sandy

How New Penn Handled Hurricane Sandy

When Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeastern U.S. Oct. 29, trucking company New Penn closed its 22 terminal network, suspending operations over a territory stretching from Baltimore to Maine and the Jersey Shore to the Great Lakes. In this JOC Trucking Podcast, New Penn President and CEO Steve Gast and Vice President of Operations Shawn Nolan discuss how they prepared for the storm and restarted operations in Sandy's wake.

Steve Gast, president and CEO, New Penn
Shawn Nolan, vice president of operations, New Penn
Bill Cassidy, senior editor, The Journal of Commerce

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