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Charles L. Hammel

President

Pitt Ohio Express LLC

HQ Phone:  (412) 232-3015

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Pitt Ohio Express LLC

15 27Th Street

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15222

United States

Company Description

In adhering to their "We're Always There For You" signature commitment, PITT OHIO is dedicated to providing their customers with the best value in its SUPPLY CHAIN, GROUND, Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) and TRUCKLOAD services. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, PITT...more

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

The Cork Factory


Director of Corporate Services

ECM Transport LLC


Affiliations

Riverlife

Board Member


Allegheny Conference

Board Member


American Trucking Associations Inc

Member Board of Directors


Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Board Member


Lawrenceville Development Corporation

Board Member


Carnegie Mellon University

Member of University Transportation Center


Web References(101 Total References)


Riverlife Task Force: Board of Directors

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Chuck Hammel, IIIPresident & Owner, Pitt Ohio Express


Large trucking companies applaud move away from paper log books

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"It simply makes us safer as an industry," Chuck Hammel, president of Pittsburgh-based Pitt Ohio, the nation's 17th-largest LTL carrier, said.
Pitt Ohio operates 813 tractors and nearly 400 straight trucks in its LTL fleet. Hammel explained the upfront purchase and installation costs of an ELD unit results in about a 7 to 10 percent loss in productivity. "But once you get up to speed and learn what you can and cannot do, the productivity loss falls to about 3 to 4 percent," he said. But over time, Hammel and other trucking leaders see productivity gains as a result of ELDs. That's because it gives shrewd operators better visibility of their fleets and drivers and allows for the most efficient use of both tractor use and manpower. "First and foremost, it gives you visibility as to when the driver is moving or sitting and exactly how many hours he or she has left to drive," Hammel explained.


Local news stories and LTE 2017 - BikePGH : BikePGH

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Chuck Hammel, principal of Strip District-based Pitt Ohio Express who helped spearhead the Cork Factory Lofts redevelopment as well as others in the Strip, said he thinks a diversity of of businesses and uses are good for the neighborhood.
He added he hopes to see Consumer Fresh Produce to continue to operate there. "You wonder how difficult it will be for them to operate there once the Buncher [Co.] property and the Rugby property are developed," he said.


News | McCaffery Interests

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"I think it's shaping up beautifully," says Chuck Hammel, owner of Pitt Ohio Express and developer of 2500 Smallman condos.


Once-optimistic truckers struggle with "somewhat choppy" freight demand - Logistics Management

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"I'm not sure peak season even exists anymore," Chuck Hammel, president of Pittsburgh-based Pitt Ohio, the nation's 18th-largest LTL carrier, told LM.
"We are finding the environment somewhat choppy," Hammel said. "We are up in tonnage, revenue and shipments slightly (about 2-3%) There are plenty of opportunities for customized solutions but the sales cycle on those are lengthy. "There are also short term opportunities around companies disrupting supply chains like Amazon. I say short term because companies like Amazon are changing so quickly that it's difficult for them to see the longer term as it related to their distribution pattern," Hammel added.


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