NFI technicians, Jon Ford and Mike Dunfee, have qualified as finalists in the American Trucking Association (ATA) National Technician Skills Competition. Taking place at the Walt Disney Swan & Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Fla., the TMCSuperTech 2015 competition tests the skills and expertise of transportation maintenance professionals.
Ford and Dunfee have advanced to the second round of the contest, competing against 119 of their peers from across the U.S. Technician, Todd Dexter, from NFI also participated in the initial round of competition. “This competition features the best of the best in the transportation industry,” says Bill Bliem, SVP of Fleet Services at NFI. “We are proud to send three of our finest technicians to represent NFI. Their hard work and professionalism are sincerely appreciated at our organization. NFI values safety across the supply chain and the success of this company is a testament to all of our hard working employees.”
TMCSuperTech 2015 kicked off on September 21 in Orlando, Fla. with 147 registered technicians. After a tough round of qualifying challenges, NFI’s Ford and Dunfee were selected to move on to Tuesday’s Finals.
NFI is a leading third-party supply chain logistics provider, headquartered in Cherry Hill, NJ. A family-owned company founded in 1932, NFI has 83 years of experience in the supply chain industry. With a diverse set of offerings including asset-based and non-asset logistics services around the world, the company is able to fulfill the distinct needs of modern shippers. NFI values supply chain sustainability, is an EPA Smartway Transport Partner, and currently operates natural gas fleets in Calif., Texas, and Pa.