How to Coordinate Your Best OS/OW Move Team
Kenco's very own Randy Starnes presented at SC&RA this year, offering his perspective on how to coordinate the best OS/OW move team. The attendees were asked to answer questions before learning how field personnel answered. This helped the group identify and understand challenges the field team faces and ways to overcome them, resulting in successful oversize or overweight transports.
SC&RA 2020 is Just Around the Corner!
You can see Randy at SC&RA 2020 for the second half of his “How to Coordinate Your Best OS/OW Move Team?” presentation! Steven Todd, SC&RA Vice President of Transportation explained, “…in a nearly unprecedented move, we’ve asked Randy to present Part II of the Kenco presentation at next year’s symposium.” He went on to say Randy’s presentation “yielded highest level of approval among those we offered and thus no doubt Kenco played a leading role in SC&RA smashing its previous attendance record by over 100 attendees!”
Randy is looking forward to presenting Part II of his popular presentation at SC&RA 2020. Will you be there? Learn more or register today on the conference website.
want to coordinate Your best os/ow move team?
Complete Randy’s exercise with your field and office personnel to acknowledge the unique challenges both groups face when coordinating an OS/OW transport.
1. Review the seven field personnel questions and the nine office personnel related questions to benchmark your responses are.
2. Ask field personnel and office personnel their specific questions (complete separately).
3. Identify the differences in responses to determine the perceived and actual challenges each group faces.
4. Make conclusions on how the OS/OW move team can work more effectively on future transports.
Randy Starnes is currently the Business Development Executive at Kenco Bucket Trucks. He focuses on nurturing business relationships, helping develop Kenco’s current offerings, and championing their planned expansion into new markets and services. Starnes’ sales and business development experience spans more than 30 years, including 15 years in the transportation and logistics industry, and six years in drilling and upstream activities for the lower 48 states.