Jeff Tucker

Jeff Tucker

CEO Tucker Company Worldwide

As third-generation CEO of Tucker Company Worldwide, Jeff oversees sales, marketing, and the company’s industry presence. He is past chairman of the board of directors for the Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA). He chairs the committee for, and has co-authored each edition of, TIA’s “Carrier Selection Framework” which provides guidance on selection of safe motor carriers. Jeff has testified before Congress on truck safety matters, and was named by a USDOT Administrator to a special committee to advise USDOT on highway safety. He is on the board of directors for the National Industrial Transportation League, and chairs its Highway Transportation Committee.

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Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 11:50 To 12:35

09/29/2021 11:50 09/29/2021 12:35 Infrastructure in 2021 and Beyond The infrastructure bill is high on the government's agenda and it is willing to compromise with Congress, so what are the cornerstones of the infrastructure bill and what “low hanging fruit” is ready to be curtailed? With a potential $621 billion pledged for Transportation Infrastructure and Resilience, this session will highlight the opportunities that are important to the breakbulk and project cargo sector.
  • With just $20 million pledged for smaller ports, is maritime getting the short end of the stick?
  • Which cargo segments will be of more interest to business in this new environment?
  • How will technology influence the changes to infrastructure going forward?

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Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"Infrastructure in 2021 and Beyond "

Andrew Gardner Jeff Tucker Spencer Murphy
Time and date

Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 11:50 To 12:35

09/29/2021 11:50 09/29/2021 12:35 Infrastructure in 2021 and Beyond The infrastructure bill is high on the government's agenda and it is willing to compromise with Congress, so what are the cornerstones of the infrastructure bill and what “low hanging fruit” is ready to be curtailed? With a potential $621 billion pledged for Transportation Infrastructure and Resilience, this session will highlight the opportunities that are important to the breakbulk and project cargo sector.
  • With just $20 million pledged for smaller ports, is maritime getting the short end of the stick?
  • Which cargo segments will be of more interest to business in this new environment?
  • How will technology influence the changes to infrastructure going forward?

Session Sponsored By

Breakbulk Main Stage
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Breakbulk Main Stage

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