ASLRRA Southern Region Meeting
ASLRRA Regional Meetings offer members a unique opportunity to network and interact with others in the industry in a relaxed, professional environment. Additionally, the Young Professionals Gathering and the Small Railroad Summit provide members with lively discussions and insight into the various opportunities and obstacles our industry faces.
" - A. Zompa
Charleston, South Carolina
September 25-27, 2017
ENGAGING MEETING FORMAT - ENHANCED EDUCATIONAL VALUE
Regional meeting attendees will enjoy an action-packed agenda with educational offerings and takeaways built upon three core areas of focus: Safety and Training; Legislative and Regulatory; and Marketing and Business Development. Our new and improved format offers an engaging range of content with insightful panel discussions, informative subject matter experts, interactive breakout sessions with peer-to-peer collaborative learning, solid takeaways related to business best practices, tools and resources, plus hours of networking with industry peers, customers, and supplier partners.
IT'S BACK! GREAT CONTENT CREATED JUST FOR YOUR OPERATIONS PERSONNEL
Last year, we added to the line up of the Southern Region Meeting, a full day of presentations created specifically to serve the needs of operating personnel on short line and regional railroads. It was so well received that we are updating it and offering it again at this year's meeting. As the modern railroad network becomes increasingly complex, companies rely more heavily upon one another in order to keep traffic moving safely while exercising sound operating practices. We have prepared a comprehensive program that will add value to your operation, whether you are a Chief Operating Officer, General Manager, Superintendent, or Roadmaster. *It is important to note that this Operations Track will run concurrently with the Southern Region Meeting Agenda.*
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
ASLRRA’s Regional Meetings are the must-attend events of the fall for everyone in the railroad industry, including Short Line and Class I railroad professionals, shippers, industry suppliers, and industry-affiliated stakeholders. Plus, the enhanced educational content will benefit the management team and personnel in every role from safety, operations, and engineering professionals to general managers, marketing. and business development personnel.
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