• April 23-25, 2025 | Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Louisiana

Craig McGraw

Trans American Trucking & Warehouse

Vice President-Sales and Marketing

Craig McGraw is the VP of Sales & Marketing for Trans American Trucking & Warehouse in South Plainfield, NJ. His position consists of managing the sales team in addition to handling key accounts for the company.

Prior to this role, he served as Sales Director at Trans American for 15 years, covering the lower 48 states as well as traveling to Europe, Asia and Canada meeting with customers and potential customers.

Following Trans Americans acquisition of a Baltimore warehouse facility in 2020, he currently splits time between the Sales & Marketing role and overseeing the Maryland operation.

Craig served as the Publicity Chairman on the Board of the Railway Industrial Clearence Association from 2017-2022 and currently serves on the Board of the Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association with the Membership Committee. 

Sessions With Craig McGraw

Thursday, 25 April

  • 02:15pm - 03:00pm (CST) / 25/apr/2024 07:15 pm - 25/apr/2024 08:00 pm

    Clearing the Path: Adding an OOG Perspective to the National Multimodal Freight Network

    Heavy-haul and out-of-gauge cargo transport is booming in the US, thanks in great part to a myriad of infrastructure and energy investment projects supported by a range of government funding. Ironically, however, hundreds of road construction and infrastructure projects now underway greatly complicate these cargo moves. No one is happy with the cascading effects of re-routing and schedule slippage. While state-level departments of transportation control permitting and heavy-haul corridors, the federal Department of Transportation’s recently reinvigorated project to develop a national multimodal freight network, now in the Request for Information stage, could, when finalized, be a source of influence and information for heavy-haul stakeholders. But to help shape this project, the DOT needs to hear from the heavy-haul community. During this session, Allison Dane Camden, the DOT’s deputy assistant secretary for multimodal freight infrastructure and policy, will discuss the multimodal freight network project and the information her office needs from industry to develop a critical freight network useful for all stakeholders, including out-of-gauge and heavy-haul transport by truck, rail, and barge. Allison will then join a roundtable discussion of these issues with a roster of experienced industry members.