Dale Dunaitis Awarded CTP Designation

SpeedGauge is proud to announce that Dale Dunaitis, our Director of Safety,  has received his Certified Transportation Professional (CTP) designation from the the National Private Truck Council (NPTC) for his service and contributions to the trucking fleet community.

Dale came to SpeedGauge in November 2016 - his first job in the software industry after years of using the latest trucking technologies to do his work in fleet operations. This CTP accomplishment verifies Dale’s deep understanding of how a fleet runs at its most efficient, profitable and safest level possible. With the CTP designation, Dale joins the best of the best in the transportation industry. His achievement will bring a new level of knowledge and support that will be available to SpeedGauge’s fleet customers worldwide. 

To be eligible for the CTP designation, individuals must have at least five years’ experience in a supervisory, managerial, or supplier fleet/transportation role, as well as industry engagement through continuing education, participation in transportation organizations, and on-the-job experience. New CTP’s must also pass a rigorous exam on the five core subjects of fleet management: finance, safety, human resources and legal issues, vehicle equipment and maintenance, and operations. 

“Dale’s knowledge and abilities as a safety professional impressed me when he was a SpeedGauge customer at Martin Transportation. That’s why I hired him,” says SpeedGauge CEO Jonathan Hubbard. “I am very proud of Dale’s dedication and the follow-through required to achieve the CTP designation. Dale has already brought these skills to bear at SpeedGauge to improve our product and service offerings. This accomplishment now means he can extend that expertise to our fleet customers.”

Before SpeedGauge, Dale served for 10 years as a NATMI-certified Safety Supervisor at Martin Transportation - a top-100 ranked for-hire carrier based in Michigan. Dale is also a licensed class-C driver with over one million miles logged as a commercial driver.

This entry was posted on April 25th, 2017 by JackLindgren and is filed under Recent News & Updates.