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Congratulations to all the Denver Broncos and all the Broncos fans out there! Winning Super Bowl 50 is a major achievement, and we will certainly be celebrating here at CAP Logistics in Denver, Colorado. Before the celebrating though, CAP had one more call to field at the end of the game. Once again, the official supplier […]
This week, The Denver Transportation Club hosted the 35th annual Operation Stimulus Conference. During the event, CAP Logistics and its founder, Gayle Dendinger, were honored with the prestigious Eagle Award. The award, which weighs over 150 pounds, was created in 1993 and is presented to a company that exemplifies excellence in transportation services, supports logistics education, and participates […]
As the Broncos won the AFC Championship Sunday night, CAP Logistics fielded one final call – a charter to fly the AFC Championship Gear to Denver in order to get it all into the hands of the fans. The Broncos are officially going to Super Bowl 50, and clearly Broncos fans are excited about their […]
On Saturday, December 5, 2015 Navajo Refining employees, their contractors and many citizens from Artesia, NM assembled and delivered 313 Christmas bikes to the Grand Heights Kindergarten. Ride for Bikes, a public charity, celebrated its tenth year in 2015 of providing bikes to children in southeastern New Mexico. During those ten years, Ride for Bikes has […]
Students who are dedicated to the fields of transportation, logistics or supply chain management are encouraged to apply for the Terry L. Priest Scholarship established by the Denver Transportation Club. Applications are due November 2, 2015 for awards of $1,500-5,000. Eligibility and Selection To be eligible, students must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate transportation, […]
House Transportation And Infrastructure Committee Will Mark Up a Multiyear Surface Transportation Bill on Oct. 22 The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee said it would mark up a long term bill to renew highway and transit programs on Oct. 22, according to committee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) “Our nation’s economy depends on a safe, efficient […]
Within the last decade, the face of transportation has been changing. Right after the tragic events of 9/11 the TSA and other government agencies created more stringent regulations for air cargo. More and more cargo shipments were relegated to ground transportation, increasing the amount of cargo that had to be moved across our nations highways. […]