May 7, 2020
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ALEXANDRIA, VA — TransForce Group, the nation’s leading transportation workforce solutions provider, is proud to announce Danielle Bansch and Hank Wylie as the most recent transportation professionals to achieve their Certified Transportation Professional (CTP) designation. The CTP program is completed and managed through the National Private Truck Council’s (NPTC) Private Fleet Management Institute.
Danielle Bansch and Hank Wylie are both National Account Managers for TransForce Group with a focus on building and maintaining strong, long- term relationships with key national accounts.
“The NPTC Private Fleet Management Institute CTP program has helped me to expand my knowledge of fleet management as well as provided me with the amazing opportunity to build countless new relationships within the transportation community,” said Bansch. “Becoming a Certified Transportation Professional is one of the highlights of my career.”
“I was surprised at the rigor and comprehensiveness of the course,” said Wylie. “I am much more informed and prepared to understand our private fleet customers, and the vast responsibilities they confront daily.”
The NPTC Institute’s Private Fleet Management Institute in Jacksonville is an annual five-day, intensive educational program offering courses on Fleet Finance, Operations, Legal, Regulatory and Safety Compliance, Human Resources, Maintenance and Equipment. Following the program, attendees prepare and study for a comprehensive exam to obtain their CTP designation.
“We are proud of Danielle and Hank’s commitment to further understanding our customers, and to growing their knowledge of our ever-changing industry.” says Kimberly Castagnetta, EVP Marketing for TransForce Group, and Division President Compliance and Safety. “Our commitment to developing our employees, particularly through the NPTC Institute’s CTP program, directly translates to added value for our customers.”
“The CTP Certification is one of the most comprehensive and valuable designations currently offered in our industry, and we have seen tremendous value through our working relationship with the NPTC (National Private Truck Council) Institute,” continues Castagnetta, who also serves on the Board of Governors for NPTC.
Bansch and Wylie are among 90 new CTPs who are officially recognized as a member of the CTP Class of 2020.
TransForce Group is a recognized leader in the transportation and logistics industry with its four service lines, Education and Training, Digital Recruiting, Employment Solutions, and Compliance and Safety. Whether serving third-party logistics, private fleets, or trucking companies, TransForce Group remains the driver’s choice for employment and education, and the carrier’s choice for workforce solutions. In addition, TransForce Group recruits and retains a diverse workforce, including veterans through its Troops into Transportation program. The company operates in the U.S. and Canada. Additional information about TransForce Group can be found at transforcegroup.com.
Founded in 1939, the National Private Truck Council is the only national trade association exclusively representing the interests of the private truck industry and corporate/business private truck fleet management. With an actively engaged leadership team of Board representatives, member volunteers and staff, NPTC in the past decade has grown significantly to serve a rising professional class of private fleet practitioners meeting the challenges of modern corporate transportation. NPTC is the leading learning resource center, government affairs advocate, and business networking culture for America’s top private fleet and supplier member companies. The Council produces benchmarking, best practices, and economic data reports on the private fleet market; administers the highly regarded Certified Transportation Professional (CTP) training program, and conducts some of the most successful events in the trucking industry including the Annual Conference and Trade Show, the Private Fleet Management Institute, and the National Safety Conference. For more information about the Council’s activities and programs, visit our website at nptc.org.