We always are honored to be the railroads' invited guests at the prestigious Traffic Club Dinner.
Wexford, PA (PRWEB) March 30, 2015
Several members of the staff of MHF Services were guests at The Traffic Club of Pittsburgh’s 113th annual dinner held March 12, 2015 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel in Pittsburgh, PA.
The Traffic Club of Pittsburgh, founded in 1902, is an organization of professionals who share a common interest in transportation and logistics. Members come from 33 states, Canada, Mexico and Europe and include representatives from Class I and short-line railroads, marine transporters, and trucking companies as well as representatives of the industries and businesses they serve.
MHF, a leading provider of packaging, transportation, logistics and technical services, has had longstanding attendance at the annual Traffic Club dinners. In 1994, MHF pioneered the use of rail in the radioactive and hazardous waste markets, creating a unique market niche within the railroad service industry. MHF currently maintains more than $55 million in owned and leased railroad assets, including a private fleet of approximately 800 railcars.
MHF is among the railroads’ largest clients for the transport of environmentally sensitive materials. MHF’s logistical experts maintain in-depth knowledge of and close working relationships with all Class I railroads and many short-line railroads in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
“We value our relationships with the railroads,” said MHF President and Chief Executive Officer Robert Shawver, “We always are honored to be their invited guests at the prestigious Traffic Club Dinner.”
The MHF staff members attending this year’s dinner were Patrick Alcorn, Business Development Manager; Kirk Collingwood, Account Manager; Jared Stango, Chief Financial Officer; Robert Woodburn, Director of Operations; and Rick Zink, Director of Energy Services. They were the guests of CSX and GATX Corporation.