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Episode 2 of Key Up New York

Dont miss Episode 2 of Key Up New York, the official podcast of the Trucking Association of New York (TANY), as host Kendra Hems, president of the association is joined by Mark Giuffré of UPS and also TANY chairman of the board, discuss the importance of workforce development and other important issues facing the trucking industry.

Throughout this podcast you will hear what brought Giuffré to the trucking industry and what has kept him so passionate about it after 35 years. Episode 2 of Key Up NY explores the many resources TANY, among other associations, provides all trucking organizations, regardless of size. Additionally Hems and Giuffré explore many of the long-term benefits, contacts, and friendships that being a part of TANY can provide as well as the importance of members being engaged. 

Find out more about Mark Giuffré’s goals for TANY, the industry and overcoming the current challenges both drivers and technicians face in the current economy. 

Listen or Download Episode 2 of Key Up New York Here

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About this weeks guest: A native of New York, Mark Giuffré started with UPS in 1988 as a package car driver in New York City. 

In addition to serving as TANY’s board chair, Giuffré also serves on several boards affecting industry in the Northeast including the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association, the Trucking Association of Massachusetts, the Rhode Island Trucking Association, the New Hampshire Motor Transport Association, the Vermont Truck and Bus Association, and the Maine Motor Transport Association.  On the national level he serves on the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) Foundation Board.  Giuffrehas also served on the board of directors for, the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, the Motor Truck Association of Connecticut, the New Jersey Motor Truck Association, the Kentucky Motor Truck Association, the Kentucky Aviation Association, Leadership Kentucky, and the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers.