Excargo President interviewed on Price of Business Radio Talk Show
Excargo Sponsors the 2016 Petrochemical Supply Chain & Export Logistics Conference
Excargo is a proud sponsor of the world’s largest petrochemical supply chain and export logistics conference which will be held on December 1-2, 2016 in Houston, Texas. The conference will focus on how supply chain and transportation directors can optimize their plastic resin and bulk liquid petrochemical supply chains to accommodate the huge onset of growth for US petchem exports.
During the conference, Marcia Faschingbauer, President and CEO of Excargo, will speak on the Current and Future Capabilities of Packaging/Warehouse panel on December 1st at 4:15pm. She will discuss the drayage market and the need to keep Texas competitive.
For more information regarding the conference, visit http://www.petchem-update.com/petrochemical-supplychain/.
For additional information on Marcia’s session, click here.
Excargo is proud to be a sponsor of the annual State of the Port lunch to be held at the Omni Hotel
Wednesday, November 9. Commissioner Janiece Longoria always makes this s a very memorable and educational session.
Excargo will host key customers and staff.
Employment: In 2015, the trucking industry in Texas provided 660,160 jobs or 1 out of 15 in the state. Total trucking industry wages paid in Texas in 2015 exceeded $30.9 billion, with an average annual trucking industry salary of $46,847. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported in May 2015 that heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers held 181,640 jobs with an average annual salary of $41,300.
Small Business Emphasis: As of April 2015, there were 80,370 trucking companies located in Texas, most of them small, locally owned businesses. These companies are served by a wide range of supporting businesses both large and small.
Transportation of Essential Products: Trucks transported 43% of total manufactured tonnage in the state in 2012 or 933,624 tons per day. 82.1% of Texas communities depend exclusively on trucks to move their goods.
Christopher Spear was named president and CEO of American Trucking Associations, effective July 9, succeeding Bill Graves. ATA made the announcement July 1, when it introduced Spear to the staff at the federation’s Arlington, Virginia, headquarters. Spear was given a five-year contract and chosen from a field of about two dozen candidates, according to ATA Chairman Pat Thomas.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 19, 2016
Washington, D.C. May 19, 2016 – The 19 ocean carrier members of the Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association (“OCEMA”) have joined with six major East and Gulf coast ports, including the South Carolina Ports Authority, Georgia Ports Authority, North Carolina State Ports Authority, the Port of Houston Authority, The Port of Virginia, and the Massachusetts Port Authority, to develop a common streamlined “Terminal Weighing Approach” to providing verified gross mass (“VGM”) at port locations. Earlier today, OCEMA and the Ports filed an agreement with the Federal Maritime Commission with regard to the cooperative effort.
Hard work and long hours are things Marcia Faschingbauer, President and CEO of Excargo Services, does not shy away from. Marcia has been working hard her entire life. Starting at her father’s food packing service, to now owning Excargo. Marcia has spent years building a reputation in the Houston community as a business leader and advocate of the American dream.
Marcia’s path to success began as a teenager, Marcia worked at her father’s food packing company, First Prize Foods, where they packaged dried beans and rice. Under her father, Marcia said, she learned “how important it was for the food to be clean,” as well as properly packed and secure to ensure it reached the customer. Marcia’s first experiences at First Prize Foods gave her an early taste of the value of the customer service experience to the customer.
As founder and CEO of Excargo Services Inc., HCC Foundation Board member Marcia Faschingbauer recognizes the importance of a skilled workforce to boost Houston’s economy and drive the success of her company. “Many of my employees have taken classes at HCC and benefited from the variety of programs that are offered at locations across the city to accommodate their busy schedules,” says Faschingbauer, who joined the Foundation Board in 2013. “I have seen firsthand the value of an HCC education and the difference it can make in closing the skills gap in Houston.” Faschingbauer created Excargo Services Inc in 1979 to provide reliable transport of export containers for the food industry as a division of a family business and acquired Excargo in 1983. She focused Excargo on communication, safety and service excellence. Thirty plus years later, Excargo is considered one of the best and safest trucking companies in North America.