Odyssey Logistics & Technology Hosting Security and Anti-Terrorism Conference
April 6th event features expert panel from FBI, Department of Homeland Security and other officials addressing the domestic trucking industry on issues pertaining to terrorism and security
DANBURY, Conn. (Mar. 31, 2011) — Odyssey Logistics & Technology Corporation (OL&T) will be hosting a conference on security and counterterrorism focused on the United States motor carrier business. The event will be hosted at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina on Wednesday April 6, 2011. Attending the event will be the management from U.S. motor carriers to better understand the issues of homeland security and how it pertains to the domestic trucking infrastructure.
The speaker panel will be comprised of a team of experts on the subject of protecting the homeland from terrorist, security and other threats.
Panel participants include:
- Bo Dietl, moderator, CEO Beau Dietl & Associates Global Security
- General Frank Libutti, Lt. Gen USMC (Ret); Former Deputy Commissioner Bureau of Counterterrorism NYPD; Undersecretary for IAIP, Department of Homeland Security
- John Kavanaugh, former assistant director, FBI and Department of Homeland security
- Craig Moringiello, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI Headquarters
- A representative from TSA’s Office of Intelligence
“This conference provides the opportunity to meet with the leadership of our trucking industry,” said Bo Dietl. “Their company drivers are hardworking Americans, and we want to engage with them on the subject of security and awareness of counter terrorism activities.”
“We have a vast motor carrier network here in the United States, and we view this as an opportunity to bring together the experts on all sides to heighten security awareness,” added Bob Shellman, President and CEO, Odyssey Logistics & Technology.
Odyssey Logistics & Technology (OL&T) delivers a comprehensive portfolio of managed logistics and third-party services to the global chemical and process manufacturing industries. The Odyssey Global Logistics PlatformSM is OL&T’s technology infrastructure, and features a proprietary net-native transportation management system that supports the safe, reliable and efficient delivery of client products throughout the world.
With double-digit average annual revenue growth for the last five years, OL&T moves products with more than $55 billion in value between 185,000 origins and destinations and 220 ports worldwide, servicing midsize to large global chemical and process industry clients.