Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) and the impact on transportation providers

Webinar Date & Time: February 24, 2016, 12:30PM-1:30PM (CST)

Presented by:
Global Trade & Supply Chain Institute™


 10% discount code: ELD10

Who should attend:

General Managers and IT and Safety management personnel in the transportation & trucking companies & providers, including 3PLs/4PLs, freight forwarders, and others involved in the movement of freight within the U.S.


  • Overview of FMCSA/ELD Regulations
  • Implementation Timeline and Requirements for transport operators & providers including I/M, LTL Carriers, FTL Carriers, 3PL’s & 4PL’s: how it will impact your operations
  • How ELDs can improve productivity, reduce paperwork and cut costs
  • The focus on public safety and the impact to the commercial and trucking industries
  • Increasing government efficiency, enforcement and inspection of driver logbooks
  • Mandatory Safety Standards: What to expect
  • Service providers who can assist your company in complying

What you will gain from this webinar:

  • What your company will need in order to comply with the ELD provisions
  • Service providers who may assist your company in complying
  • Technology recommendations that will increase productivity, while complying with the new ELD regulations
  • Guest transportation attorney will be joining to speak on legal ramifications on non-compliance with FMCSA!


The instructor, Keith O’Brien Vice President of Product Management and Professional Services at CarrierWeb, LLC.

Keith O’Brien has served in the transportation technology industry for over 20 years, working for several companies serving the For Hire and Private fleet markets. He has held roles in operations, marketing, and sales. Joining CarrierWeb in 2008, he served as Strategic Product Manager and moved to the position of Vice President of Product Management and Professional Services in 2014. Keith has extensive current and historical experience with electronic logging systems that dates back to shortly after they were first recognized by the FMCSA in the late ‘80’s.


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