Allied Committee for the Trucking Industry (ACT 1) member companies are dedicated to enhancing the business environment of the transportation industry.
Since 1932, the Trucking Association of New York (TANY) has tirelessly advocated on behalf of the trucking industry throughout New York State and in Washington, D.C.
For over a decade, we’ve been focused on this clear mission to encourage employment, address obstacles and celebrate success. It’s supported by a passionate leadership team, highly engaged members, and committed sponsors and partners.
Qu’il s’agisse de s’engager dans le processus politique, d’offrir des économies sur les produits et services essentiels à nos membres ou d’offrir des forums éducatifs conçus spécifiquement pour l’industrie du camionnage, TXTA se consacre au succès de ses entreprises membres.
Founded in 1930 as the Tennessee Motor Truck Association, TTA was forged out of the belief that a strong, unified industry would be essential in remaining effective and profitable in the future. Tennessee is one of the oldest state trucking associations in the nation.
Located in Alexandria, Virginia, TCA is the only trade association whose sole focus is the truckload segment of the motor carrier industry.
As a non-profit trade association, the SCTA serves as the voice of the trucking industry in South Carolina since 1933. Membership has grown from 17 dues paying members in 1936, to a high point of almost 900 companies by the mid-nineties, to about 600 members today.
The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association was organized in 1928. As part of a national integrated network of trucking associations and affiliates, we identify the key issues that impact the trucking industry and fight to preserve and strengthen the trucking industry and its jobs in each of the 67 counties and 2,560 municipalities in Pennsylvania, and with our elected officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C.
Enhancing the public image and economic growth of our members by promoting safety, innovation, and professionalism.
Safety is at the root of what NTTC strives for in everything they do. They are the safest segment of the trucking industry and we want to get even better.
The National Private Truck Council is the national trade association representing interests of the private fleet/corporate transportation and distribution field.
North Carolina Trucking Association (NCTA) was founded in 1929 with an interest in providing educational and safety materials to the ever growing truck industry.
Since 1932, the Minnesota Trucking Association (MTA) has been a powerful voice for the trucking industry.
Illinois Trucking Association is a non-profit, full-service trade association led by trucking companies to promote and protect the interests of the trucking industry in Illinois. Our federation includes 37,000 trucking companies in all 50 states.
Iowa Motor Trucking Association is a non-profit trade association founded in 1942 by Mr. John Ruan. Over 700 member companies belong to the association representing companies of all sizes and employing thousands of people.
The IMTA serve, represent, and promote the interests of the trucking industry by enhancing its image, efficiency and productivity through focus on safety and advocacy.
The Georgia Motor Trucking Association is the only organization in the state that provides full-time service and representation for the trucking industry.
Florida Trucking Association is one of the oldest and most respected associations in the state—promoting and protecting the trucking industry for almost 90 years.
The ATA promotes the health of the Arkansas trucking industry on issues that have a direct impact on member companies and our state and national economies.
The Alabama Trucking Association represents state trucking operations since 1938 for the promotion of fair and reasonable regulation of the industry.
ATA is the voice of the industry America depends on most to move our nation’s freight. They are an 86-year old federation with state trucking association affiliates in all 50 states and represent every sector of the industry—from LTL to truckload, agriculture and livestock to auto haulers, and from large motor carriers to small mom-and-pop operations.