About Us

Steaming Into the Future

Who We Are

The Traffic Club of Pittsburgh is primarily an educational organization that provides educational functions and scholarships and sees to the advancement, refinement and interchange of ideas and information among members by providing business and social settings where shippers, receivers, and transportation companies can interact

What We Do

Our priority in the 21st century is to encourage and protect trade and commerce by adapting to technological changes and improving internal communication.

We aim to provide opportunities for those engaged in transportation to meet, establish and maintain relationships to facilitate understanding and problem-solving techniques

Our Officers

President

George Petrus

Vice President - Colona Transfer LP

 

Vice President

 Matthew S. Pavlosky

 

PR Manager 

Port of Pittsburgh Commission

Exective Director

Sarah Nunamaker 

2nd Vice President

Joshua Konesni

Chief Operating Officer 

Nicholas Enterprises Inc.

Our Governors

Marissa DeBona

Logistics Coordinator

TMS International

William F. Bojalad

Senior Director of Logistics Services

TMS International 

Patricia O. Cox

Logistics Service

U.S. Steel

Jeremy Deibert

Supply Chain Manager 

Campbell Transportation Company, Inc.  

 

John Frankovitch

 President

 48 Pier Stevendoring

 Kelly Joseph

Directors Sales & Marketing

Indiana & Ohio Railway

(Genesee & Wyoming, Inc)

Ryan Fischer

Assistant VP - Sales and Marketing

Genesee & Wyoming Inc

EX OFFICIO

Stephanie Hayes

Solutions Consultant

3Gtms

Daria A. Schwartz

Senior Manager - Dry Cargo Sales

Ingram Barge Company

Mike Wastchak

Vice President, Business Development

Great Circle Shipping Corporation

Jeff Senchak

Director,  Transportation & Logistics

Koppers Inc

Ready To Join?

Membership in the Traffic Club of Pittsburgh is open to anyone involved in transportation. Our purpose is to encourage and protect trade and commerce ... by bringing together those engaged in transportation of freight and passengers so that their mutual interests will be advanced.

The Traffic Club of Pittsburgh

Promoting Solutions Since 1902