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Agricultural & Food Transporters Conference

Overview

The Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference is the national organization representing motor carrier and allied members of the American Trucking Associations on critical issues affecting agricultural commodity and food transportation. Founded in 1995, AFTC’s mission is to increase the safety, security, profitability and efficiency of transporters of agricultural commodities, food, forest products and natural resources; and to serve as the advocate for its members within the American Trucking Associations and before the government, other organizations and the public. AFTC works to ensure that its members operate in a strong and profitable business environment by helping shape legislation and regulations that impact the agricultural and food transportation industry.

Who We Support

The AFTC supports and interacts with all ATA Councils and Committees

Events

ATA Webinar - FSMA's Sanitary Transportation Rule

March 20, 2018

American Trucking Associations’ Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference, along with Iron Apple International have joined together to provide an in…


ATA Webinar - AFTC Food Safety Self-Assessment Tool Tutorial

August 30, 2017

Join ATA’s Jon Samson, Executive Director, ATA’s Agricultural & Food Transporters Conference for a walk-through of the newly launched FSMA…


2018 Management Conference & Exhibition (MCE)

October 27, 2018

MCE brings together trucking executives from across the country for the one can't-miss event of the year that highlights economic,…



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News & Info

AG Groups Praise Legislation Clarifying Agricultural Hours of Service Exemption

The Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA), the Agricultural and Food Transporters Conference (AFTC) of American Trucking Associations, the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives (NCFC) and The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) voiced their support today for legislation that would clarify transportation regulations that are critical to the agricultural sector’s ability to expeditiously distribute farm supplies.


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