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Dupré Promotes Al Lacombe to Vice President of Safety and Risk Management

Monday, February 05, 2018
(LAFAYETTE, LA) – Today leading capacity solutions provider Dupré Logistics announced the promotion of Al Lacombe to Vice President of Safety and Risk Management. Starting as a driver, Al has subsequently grown the company into a leader in safety nationwide. "Al has led Dupré to become a leader in safe operation and an innovator in many technologies which ensure safe operation," state ..

New Dupré Dallas Brokerage Branch Manager Named

Wednesday, January 31, 2018
(LAFAYETTE, LA) –Today, Dupré Logistics announced the selection of Andrew Ambrosio as the Dallas Brokerage Branch Manager. Ambrosio will lead the Dupré Logistics Dallas branch as the company continues to expand its Brokerage and 3PL groups throughout North Texas. “Andrew’s experience in maximizing revenue growth and detailed knowledge of the brokerage market will be an asset as  ..

Dupré Hosts 16th Annual Colloquium Featuring Inky Johnson

Friday, November 17, 2017
November 16th, Dupré Logistics, LLC hosted its Annual Colloquium featuring a presentation by former football player and motivational speaker Inky Johnson. Johnson’s presentation provided inspiration and motivation to the Dupré customers in attendance which was preceded by an opportunity for the company’s staff to spend time with their customers to share the ways in which Dupré can support ..

Dupré Expands in Charleston, SC Area Growth in Chemicals and Chemical Export Market Catalyst for Growth

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Dupré Logistics today announced the expansion of its operations to the Port of Charleston. This is due to the sustained growth in chemical production throughout the Gulf coast and the eastern US. The industry is also experiencing significant growth in chemical exports. "We continue to invest in facilities and operations to support the industry growth and to support the expanded gr ..

Dupré Logistics to Join Largest North American Petrochemical Supply Chain Meeting Reggie Dupré to keynote panel on Land and Sea Logistics

Tuesday, October 03, 2017
Houston, USA- Dupré Logistics is pleased to announce the sponsorship of and participation in the upcoming Petrochemical Supply Chain & Logistics event which will take place in Houston, Texas on December 12th and 13th. The largest gathering of petrochemical supply chain leaders will include a keynote presentation on Land and Sea Distribution by Dupré CEO Reggie Dupré. “I loo ..

Dupré Logistics to Join EFT North American Logistics CIO Forum Bob Verret, Dupré CIO to Discuss Security Solutions on Panel

Thursday, September 07, 2017
AUSTIN, TX- Dupré Logistics will participate in the 19th Annual EFT North American Logistics CIO Forum conference which will be held in Austin, Texas. Taking place on November 7-8, the Forum is the only conference targeted at CIOs and Senior IT Executives from leading logistics providers across North America. Dupré CIO Bob Verret will join the conference as a panellist which will discuss the k ..

The Big yellow buses are here for the start of the new school year

Friday, August 11, 2017


Tips for Motorists:

  • Slow down.
  • Be especially careful when driving on neighborhood streets and around school zones, always expect the unexpected.
  • Be alert for youngsters walking to and from school as you back out of your driveway or leave your parking garage.
  • We want school children to be safe. Watch for them on bicycles, especially at intersections and driveways. Young bicyclists have a tendency to dart out of driveways without looking for traffic.
  • Stop your car when you see lights flashing on a school bus. Red flashing lights indicate that the bus is stopped and students are getting on or off. Don't start driving until the red lights stop flashing.
  • Be aware that a child may dash across the street.

Tips for Parents:

Does your child ride a bicycle to school? Remember: State law requires anyone under the age of sixteen to wear a helmet while riding a bicycle. It's not just the law--it's a good idea for everyone.
  • Stay away from danger zones around the bus. The blind spots where drivers cannot see.
  • Always be sure you can see the driver, that means the driver can see you.
  • When getting on or off the bus be very careful.
  • Watch out for cars.
  • Remind children to look to the right before they step off the bus. Drivers in a hurry sometimes try to sneak by buses on the right.
  • Help your children get ready for school:
  • Have your children put everything they carry in a backpack or school bag so that they won't drop things along the way.
  • Have them wear bright, contrasting colors so that they will be more easily seen by drivers. Better still, attach a piece of high visibility fluorescent and reflective material to their clothing or backpack.
  • Make sure they leave home on time so that they can walk to the bus stop and arrive before the bus is due. Running can be dangerous.
  • Teach your children to secure loose drawstrings and other objects that may get caught in the handrail or door of the school bus as they are exiting.
  • Warn children that if they drop something near the bus they should never ever pick it up. Instead, they should tell the bus driver and follow the driver's directions. If they bend over to pick up a dropped object, they might not be seen by the driver and could be hurt if the bus pulls away from the stop.
  • Go to the bus stop with a young child and have older children walk in groups. There's safety in numbers because groups are easier for drivers to see.

Here are some facts that may be of interest to you

  • 450,000 yellow school buses provide transportation service daily nationwide.
  • 23.5 million Elementary and secondary school children ride school buses daily throughout the United States, twice a day.
  • That's about 47,000,000 student trips daily -- before adding an estimated 5,000,000 more for activity trips daily
  • That means approximately 54% of all K-12 students in the country ride yellow school buses
  • This equals about about 10 billion individual student rides, or 20 billion boardings and deboardings, annually.
  • America spends an average of $493 per child for transportation annually.
  • America spends an average of $2,460 per special needs child for transportation annually.
  • o350 pupil transportation delegates are appointed by the chief school officer in each state and meet for a week-long conference once every five years to review and rewrite minimum standards and specifications for safe operation.

Remember AIM FOR SAFETY!!!!!

Dupré Recognized by Texas Motor Transport Association

Wednesday, August 09, 2017
(Lafayette, La.) – At their annual convention August 4th, the Texas Motor Transport Association (TMTA), an industry-specific statewide advocacy, education and safety promotion organization, recognized Dupré Logistics, LLC for outstanding achievement in highway performance. The company was awarded two plaques at the recent convention held in Austin, TX.The awards were p ..

For 11th Consecutive Year, Dupré Logistics Named Top 100 3PL Provider

Tuesday, July 18, 2017
For 11th Consecutive Year, DupréLogistics Named Top 100 3PL Provider DupréLogistics has been named a Top 100 Third-Party Logistics (3PL) provider by Inbound Logistics, a leading North American sourcing, logistics and transportation industry magazine, for the eleventh consecutive year. The Lafayette, LA.-based company was selected from a several-hundred candidate pool in its yearly ra ..

Dupré Selected Inbound Logistics Green Supply Chain Partner

Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Dupré Logistics was selected as a 2017 Inbound Logistics Green Supply Chain Partner (G75) (http://www.inboundlogistics.com/cms/article/75-green-supply-chain-partners/). Inbound Logistics editors chose the G75 based on four benchmarks: measurable green results, sustainability innovation, continuous improvement and industry recognition. Dupré joins 74 other national and international shippers, p ..
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