Texas Freight Advisory Committee

Mar 10, 2013 | General

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Texas International Freight is happy to announce to our colleagues and customers our president’s recent involvement with the Texas Department of Transportation’s Freight Advisory Committee.

Appointees to the  Committee

Judge Ed Emmett of Harris County

Judge Carlos H. Cascos of Cameron County

Mr. Rigoberto Villareal of the City of McAllen

Mr. Joseph Adams of Union Pacific

Mr. Aaron Demerson of the  Governor’s Office of Economic Development

Mr. Kenneth Dierschke of Texas Farm Bureau

Mr. John Esparza of Texas Motor Trucking Association

Mr. James Griffin of East Harris County Manufacturers Association

Mr. John LaRue of Texas Ports Association, Port of Corpus Christi

Mr. Aaron Hegeman of BNSF

Mr. Jack Todd of Texas Association of Manufacturers

Colonel Leaonard Waterworth of Port of Houston Authority

Mr. Steve Boecking of Alliance Texas

Mr. Cartlon Schwab of Texas Economic Development Council

Mr. Steve Stewart of Gulfwind International, Inc.

Mr. Todd Frease of McLane Global Logistics

Mr. Nelson Balido of Border Trade Alliance

Mr. Kevin Kein McIntosh of Kansas City Southern

Mr. Mike Graham of HEB

Mr. Michael A. Dyll of Texas International Freight

Mr. Ronnie Volkening of Texas Retail Association

Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins of Dallas County

Mr. K. Alan Russell of Tecma Group of Companies

For a decade, Texas has been the United States’ leading exporter. Our president’s appointment to this committee makes us a part of the leadership of the freight industry backbone of Texas. As an oil and gas logistics freight forwarder and customs broker,  we’re here to listen to our customers’ ideas and thoughts with respect to everything from air freight to hauling drill rigs, from simple trucking to project logistics.

Texas International Freight

Texas International Freight

Texas International Freight looks forward to providing advice and recommendations to TXDOT regarding freight transportation and will help identify new ways to help grow Texas’ economy and business success. One of our top priorities is planning safe and efficient fright transportation as it is for everyone involved in Texas freight forwarding and all others whose cargo travels over Texas roads. The Freight Advisory Committee meets quarterly as recommended by MAP-21 legislation to develop transportation plans and policies.  On behalf of manufacturers who ship from, to, and through Texas, we are here to your responses and experiences to try to better the Texas logistics and freight environment.